Last day in the US

Currently sitting at the X Developers Summit at the Googleplex waiting for some time to pass before getting on the airplane this evening. X Development isn’t exactly what interests me mostly, but there has been some movements in terms of thinking about multimedia support issues. David Schleef did a talk here yesterday where he talked about colour handling. For a lot of Linux users, especially in the content creation industry, the lack of good colourspace correction support is a big issue.

Earlier this week I was at the CE Linux Forum meeting doing a talk about GStreamer. Talk ended up taking quite a lot less time than what I had expected it would, but still got a lot of nice feedback on it afterwards.

Bought myself one of these noise reduction headsets while here, so I am looking forward to testing out how well they actually work on my flight back to the UK.

Only thing I wish now is that I could blog about the two little ‘secret’ GStreamer projects that Edward and David Schleef are working on :)

6 comments ↓

#1 daniels on 04.18.08 at 17:21

How could you possibly not be interested in X?

#2 Joseph on 04.18.08 at 17:30

“Only thing I wish now is that I could blog about the two little ’secret’ GStreamer projects that Edward and David Schleef are working on :)”

Yet you have. ;)

#3 Ian McKellar on 04.18.08 at 18:23

You can tell me. I won’t tell a soul!

Ian

#4 Jeff Schroeder on 04.18.08 at 19:16

Too bad those “secret projects” won’t include pitivi :-/

#5 Christian on 04.18.08 at 19:20

@Jeff: Well we have a SoC project around Pitivi so some Pitivi progress is likely to be made over the summer :)

#6 MacSlow on 04.19.08 at 15:44

Ah, come on Chrisitan… what are Edward and David up to? Don’t tease like that :)