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Developers / Re: All Developers, please read.
« on: September 11, 2007, 02:28:56 pm »
1) Find someone who has knows the FOSS world well, has some clout in the FOSS community, and has some free time, and who can act as a community liason to start building a team.

what is FOSS?

2) Find someone who's good at writing docs, ORG charts and other tools to document LinuxMCE, ...

Yes, i found something i can help with. Have some experency with making flowdiagram's. So ORG (i hope it stends for organisation?) charts are no problem for me. Tell me what te make and i can try to make it.

Niels v/d Spek

Developers / Re: How to report a (fixed?) error in sources.list
« on: June 22, 2007, 12:39:05 pm »
What to think of here :
Good luke

Developers / Re: Voice control suggestions
« on: June 10, 2007, 01:11:22 pm »

Let we start a seperated communication system, i'm very intrested in this kind of system.
I like to help were i can.


Installation issues / Installing LinuxMCE 1.1
« on: May 17, 2007, 02:25:28 am »

I have installed Kubuntu okee.
And i have the 2 linuxmce CD's but i do not understand what i need to do now,
What do i do to install it?
I'm not a Linux user more a Windows(tm) user. And i expect that i insert a CD and the installation starts.
When not i need to find a Readme file that tells me what i need to do.
I missing both of them,

Can some one help?


Developers / Re: Voice control suggestions
« on: May 13, 2007, 01:03:46 am »
I like the idea off remote voice control to and i was already thinking of creationg something like the Star Trek communicators badge. This badge needs to by used for both communicating to other people by calling his/her name, or commanding my computer. One of the possiblities i was already thinking off was a Bluetooth headset for the mobil phone, but i'm thinking of other kind off radiocommunication too.
The idea's from Bulek are very nice, and in my opinion the way to go for my idea and also for LinuxMce i think.

What i understand from you is that you like to have a Bluetooth responder (is this the right name?) in each room, but how do's this work? Becose when i need to communicate between my pc and my headphone i need to register the device first. Do we need to this on all the respondersystems?

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