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Subject: Re: To clarify about Xclef OpenJukebox
From: Joseph Jones (joe_at_bumpycarrot.cjb.net)
I am thinking of getting an XClef/Ripdrive, as my Archos JBR is really
starting to lose it (loose contacts are making it powercycle if it gets
squeezed, I can barely use it when moving around unless I find the
perfect spot in my bag) so I'm certainly interested in this. However, I
think I'm more likely to hold onto my JBR until I can get a better
engineered MP3 player with Rockbox on it.
PS. Your English is great, I could hardly tell you were French :)
Daniel Stenberg wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Jun 2004, Pascal Nowak wrote:
>> Second, no code was realized yet because we are still in the reverse
>> engineering step.
> If you publish what you know now, it is easier for others to join in and
> help where you are currently not covered.
> Now, you risk doing duplicate work if you decide to tear your unit apart
> and join in.
>>> Third, If you don't see any source code, this is a normal situation.
>>> A part of the
>> OpenJukebox web site is limited to the Developper Team. Due to some
>> laws from some countries (Like the US DMCA Law, Patent laws ...), we
>> don't publish publicly our research results because there is some
>> copyrighted material.
> If you can't publish the results of your efforts, why are you doing this
> in the first place? For the development team only?
> Why not team up with someone in a country that doesn't have such laws or
> someone that is willing to take the risk?
> Besides, you should post this info on your site, since it certainly
> gives the impression that your project is dead. How far have you reached
> in your work? Can you program it yet? Have you dissassembled the
> original firmware? Have you identified all hardware? Do you have specs
> for all hardware?
> None of this info is available on your site, afaics.
> I don't have an xclef and I might very well not get one in the nearest
> future either, so feel free to ignore me.
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