Hi Martin, Thanks for replying. Martin Pitt wrote: > esound should *so much* die completely. It has very poor sound quality > (huge A/V desync when playing videos, etc.), very poor code quality > (it causes complete desktop locks very often, due to not being thread > safe), and is abandoned upstream. Then how about starting a campaign to get applications that currently use it to build without enabling support for it? Is that even feasible? I would expect at least some applications to have config switches that enable/disable it. Probably too late to do that for lenny, but it would be good to start on it early afterwards. > For the record, Ryan Murray isn't a Canonical employee. My mistake then. And my apologies for that. > Also, the last upstream update was done by a community member who > screwed it up pretty severely (he dropped all the Debian and Ubuntu > patches). Yeah, I saw some comments about that in your changelog entries. Cheers, FJP
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