"VDR User" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > Some of us aren't ready to switch just yet but there's no ignoring the > shift in peoples interests. All I can say is when it comes time that > I can't ignore those requirements anymore, I can only hope that VDR > has envolved with the times and I won't be forced to use something > else.
Agreed, but in the end I'm pretty sure I will be forced to use something else. (I've been thinking that for a long time and I'm still using it :)) I'm not even sure vdr is modular enough to allow my "requirements" without changing everything, is it ? (When Reinhard says it would be a big patch I guess BIG is meant.) Anyway, there's no public TODO, no public cvs/svn, etc... I'm surprised there's no fork yet. note: this message is not meant to be nasty, disrespectful or provocative in any way. -- _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr