On Sun, Apr 08, 2018 at 11:47:54PM +0200, Adam Borowski wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 08, 2018 at 11:34:29PM +0200, Aurélien COUDERC wrote:
> > * Package name    : elisa
> > * URL             : https://community.kde.org/Elisa
> >   Description     : Simple music player with a focus on Plasma desktop
> > integration and privacy
> [...]
> >  Elisa is developed using modern KDE technologies and aims to be reliable
> >  and respectful of users’ privacy. As such, it favors online services where
> >  users are in control of their data.
> While I need online music services about as much as I need an additional
> hole in the head, this raises a good point: why do music players shipped in
> Debian default to grabbing lyrics, "LastFM stats", tags, and what not, even
> when playing local media?

Just to make this more obvious: this is not a dig on _elisa_, this is a dig
on everything else.

As for elisa, it would be nice if you could make it obvious what the
upstream writes: that online services are not a development priority -- this
player is supposed to be good for offline music, which is exactly what I
want.  The current description makes it seem to be a tool for online stuff
_only_, merely with some respect for privacy.

(Re-added CC to the bug -- wrt my wish for the description.)

⢿⡄⠘⠷⠚⠋⠀ ... what's the frequency of that 5V DC?

Reply via email to