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Comment: Comments of the AIVD (Score 2) 162

by Lars Op den Kamp (#45560685) Attached to: Snowden Document Says Dutch Secret Service Hacks Internet Forums

The AIVD did comment, even before the NRC published the article: https://www.aivd.nl/actueel/@3033/interception/ (Dutch)
And after the article was published: https://www.aivd.nl/actueel/@3034/reactie-nrc/ (Dutch)

According to them, this is allowed by the current law. However, a lot of parties in parliament and expers don't agree with this assesment and are starting actions to disallow this kind of investigation.

Comment: We're dropping SDL from XBMC (Score 3, Informative) 81

by Lars Op den Kamp (#43129959) Attached to: Proof-of-Concept Port of XBMC to SDL 2.0 and Wayland

SDL will soon be dropped from XBMC. I'll quote Cory here to explain things:
"This is an interesting POC, however it’s not really in fitting with how we had planned to handle wayland. I recently rewrote our egl handling so that we can dynamically support various windowsystems on the fly, so that we can have a single binary capable of running X11/wayland/framebuffer. It was explicitly written with wayland in mind. See https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/commit/2b49c791eb236ae4fe2be90ac7e7b8ccf0aad72f for the pull, and https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/blob/master/xbmc/windowing/egl/EGLNativeType.h for the interface.

It’s very pluggable, and I suspect it’d be far less work than what you’ve done here. I was hoping to get to it ages ago, it just hasn’t been a priority yet.

We’ll be dropping SDL soon, since we prefer our own abstractions. See here: https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/pull/1175"

Comment: Re:A quick thanks to Pulse-Eight (Score 1) 146

by Lars Op den Kamp (#42736325) Attached to: XBMC 12.0 'Frodo' Released: PVR-Support, HD Audio and More
You're welcome :-) These were pre-releases of Eden (11.0) and Dharma (10.0), that I originally hosted on my personal website and Launchpad while I was working on the PVR feature (see https://github.com/opdenkamp/xbmc ). When I started working for Pulse-Eight, I took the builds with me and hosted them on Pulse-Eight's servers, where I continued to work on the PVR feature and HDMI-CEC support. I've backported all these things into mainline XBMC now, and they are included in the Frodo release. The builds on http://packages.pulse-eight.net/ will be updated with Frodo builds shortly. The reason why you didn't find any builds on xbmc.org was that the feature was still under development. Pulse-Eight was created by a Team XBMC member, and there are currently 3 team members working for Pulse-Eight (including myself).

Comment: Re:PVR (Score 5, Informative) 146

by Lars Op den Kamp (#42733575) Attached to: XBMC 12.0 'Frodo' Released: PVR-Support, HD Audio and More
It's a limitation of the add-on that you're using. Multiple add-ons support these features, and you can find all the information on our wiki: http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=PVR And as the dev who merged PVR support in and maintained the PVR support in XBMC for the last 3-4 years: no it was not shoehorned in. You just failed to read the documentation that is available and/or you're using a backend or add-on that doesn't support these things.

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