On 11/21/2009 10:13 PM, Rui Nuno Capela wrote:
LADI represents a very powerful and flexible session management system
that has been built on 7 years of intense debate/thinking/development
and several competing and complimentary implementations.
Qjackctl *is* the default desktop management interface for jack.
It would be a very powerful combination if qjackctl supported the
functionality provided by the LADI tools. Currently we have a
chicken/egg situation as you are not prepared to spend your valuable
time on session support until it is officially established but if the
default management tool doesn't support the most flexible option we have
available then how can it be considered established?
If LADI which now represents a significant effort by several very clever
and committed developers is not officially supported then we as a
community are encouraging the fragmentation to continue rather than
forging better integration.
Supporting LADI doesn't mean that a non dbus solution can't be supported
or that everyone has to be forced to use the dbus solution.
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