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Bug#211538: ITP: camsource -- a modularized and multithreaded webcam-streaming software

Package: wnpp
Version: N/A; reported 2003-09-18
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : camsource
  Version         : 0.7.0
  Upstream Author : Richard Fuchs <dfx@gmx.at>
* URL             : http://camsource.sourceforge.net/
* License         : GPL 
  Maintainer      : Thomas -Balu- Walter <debian@b-a-l-u.de>
  Description     : a modularized and multithreaded webcam-streaming software
 Camsource grabs images from a video4linux device and makes them available to
 various plugins for processing or handling. It features a modularized and
 multithreaded design to offer a large amount of flexibility. A server plugin
 runs in its own thread, which makes it possible to use the same grabbed frame
 for several purposes at the same time. There are also filter plugins, which
 can be daisychained to create useful and not-so-useful effects in images. The
 configuration happens through an xml config file, hopefully making configuring
 camsource an easy task.

I have contacted the upstream author who liked the idea of getting an
official debian package, but I had (have) to learn creating packages
myself first ;). I am using this software for some time now and think
it's a nice tool to add to the debian pool.

PS: Last thing to figure out before being able to finish packaging is: 

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