Icebreaker::UserWantedFeatures

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== List of features demanded by Users ==
== List of features demanded by Users ==
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=== GUI ===
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I think an interesting alternative for a GUI would be a XUL interface.
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I once saw a XUL interface for the Amarok music collection, and it was very neat.
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=== Compatibility ===
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I don't know a lot about the internals from icecast and the like, but it would be
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really cool if it would be possible to use your software with StreamTranscoder.
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(have a look at this: http://www.oddsock.org/tools/streamTranscoderV3/)
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I think it's important to be able to split up streams, f.ex. to offer users
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with a low bandwidth a resampled stream with a lower quality.
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Though, the problem is, if you want to be compatible you propably will have to
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abandon any direct interaction with the actual streaming server, and i don't know if
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that is in your interest.
=== I/O ===
=== I/O ===

Revision as of 18:01, 7 June 2007

Contents

List of features demanded by Users

GUI

I think an interesting alternative for a GUI would be a XUL interface. I once saw a XUL interface for the Amarok music collection, and it was very neat.

Compatibility

I don't know a lot about the internals from icecast and the like, but it would be really cool if it would be possible to use your software with StreamTranscoder. (have a look at this: http://www.oddsock.org/tools/streamTranscoderV3/) I think it's important to be able to split up streams, f.ex. to offer users with a low bandwidth a resampled stream with a lower quality. Though, the problem is, if you want to be compatible you propably will have to abandon any direct interaction with the actual streaming server, and i don't know if that is in your interest.

I/O

- XSPF playlist output format by default
- Amarok (http://amarok.kde.org) compatibility => XSPF as input format
- generation of xml config file for Ices

Scheduling

- hourly news / logo / commercial support
- scheduling differents playlists at different timeboxes (e.g. dub from 8-10, rock from 10-12, ...)
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