Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: The future
Re: The future
From: Josh Nisly <joshn_at_invtools.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 19:50:46 -0600
Why not port RockBox to the iPod? The player is smaller (and IMO better
looking) than the Archos models, and is _very_ popular. Also, it seems
that the peer-to-peer firewire connection it uses has more potential for
interconnecting devices than the master/slave architecture of USB.
A lot of work has already been put into the Linux on iPod project, which
would make our initial work easier, it would seem.
The only disadvantage I can see to the iPod is that it uses a 1.8" HDD,
instead of the standard 2.5".
>Here's another one to consider. These folks have been making flash memory
>mp3 player/recorders for quite a while, and have just announced a hard
>The description of their user interface sounds a bit like Rockbox.
>>Now that all the "good" Jukeboxes are apparently gone, have you developers
>>given any thought to the future of Rockbox? Other potential platforms?
>>certainly interested, as I'd like to buy several more players but do NOT
>>to suffer the FMR blues again. How about the PJB (http://www.pjbox.com/)?
>>played with one of those a couple of years ago. Really nifty hardware,
>>software. Just begging for a RockBox port.
>>John De Armond
>>Cleveland, Occupied TN
Received on 2003-12-21