[mythtv-users] Silent HDTV Front End
mwahal at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 23:32:19 EDT 2005
May be we need a MythBrew plugin :-) Oh wait ! We have it already in
the MythWeb. Just hack the translation.php to change
$_SESSION['language'] to 'Australian',
which, incidently, the LP2 does it by default :-) Seems like the
get_browser_lang() function doesn't work for the server/client
strings which the LP2 browser sends to the http server. (here I go
again with the mention of LP2, now the
will get upset and will start sending hate mail/posts again)
p.s.: an open mailing list is supposed to have free exchange of
information. Shoving one's opinion by
shouting/fanatizing/lamenting/aggravating loses the whole point of
free exchange of info.
On 6/30/05, gLaNDix (Jesse Kaufman) <glandix at lloydnet.org> wrote:
> Mudit Wahal wrote:
> >I think people should realize that its *just an application*, not a
> >religion. One needs to sit down in front of the TV and enjoy it too !
> >Whatever use of the application fits your needs. You dont want to make
> >yourself fit to the application, even if it means going out of the way
> >and spending exobirtant amont of money.
> >The attitude of some people on these mailing list seems to be
> >My(th)Way or HighWay. New people exploring myth would like to know the
> >alternatives of enjoying the myth experience. I dont think every one
> >is into PC building/configuring etc. Having a civil discussion in a
> >civil forum/list is helpful, but shouting, cursing, etc will only put
> >the new explorers away.
> exactly ... it's very common in almost every computer-related
> mailinglist ... interestingly enough, i'm in a number of homebrew (as in
> beer) mailinglists and they are much more accepting, helpful, etc ...
> maybe we should all adopt their mantra: relax, don't worry, have a
> homebrew :)
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