Rule #1 - Be Patient - Rule #2 - Don't ask when, if you don't contribute - Rule #3 - You have coding skills - LinuxMCE's small brother is available: http://www.agocontrol.com
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Do I think that having Thom dedicate his worktime on LinuxMCE for a year? Absolutely. Do I think that a kickstarter campaign will attract even 10% of Thom's desired goal? Not in a million years.
Let's face it: The people who are using LinuxMCE these days are mainly cheapskates. They use it cause it is free as in beer. Some are here, cause they think they can make a quick buck out of it for clients.
Maybe you could find people that want extravagant smart home setups. Let them pay you to build it from the ground up(most rich people love having things they think nobody else does). Then give it to us for free Then you could have support funding and people asking you questions about stuff all the time and get payed for it(lackies doing most of the work, ME! ME!). User error is the biggest money maker.
What is your level of transmission integration into lmce? Are you currently using transmission events to trigger notifications?
The Chromecast is a little different in that the remote device instructs the Chromecast to stream a particular piece of content after that the remote device merely acting as a remote control. You don't stream to Chromecast.
Excellent, thank you, that's completed the patch for the web admin area (attached), but could you direct me to the correct place to get the /usr/pluto/bin scripts, as I have one to update that area too.
Also, how do I go about the database? There's a new database added, which I do using the install script in the initial download, create the database, tables and a the new user to access this database?!
Sorry, lots of questions, and I've no idea how many people actually use this, or would even want it?!