[mythtv-users] tv guide line-up free

Robert Current robert.current at gmail.com
Fri Sep 7 00:09:35 UTC 2007

Kevin Hulse jedi at mishnet.org
>      Of course people who aren't in a position to abuse TMS data (directty
> or indirectly) are rather unlikely to be of any interest to TMS. They might
> offend some regional "data owner". That's up to them to sort out amongst
> themselves.

Ok.  Fine.  I have a hard time believing the specific case you're
making, but I'm not going to ask you to prove it.  It's clear enough
there are people who will keep trying to troll, ask for censorship,
and scream bloody murder if anyone talks about US Data Sources that
aren't from Schedules Direct.

I'll stop mentioning Schedules Direct if the name calling and mud
slinging stops, would anyone else agree to stop?  I doubt it, they are
having way to much fun mud slinging and name calling.

If we promise to never again bring up where the data comes from, can
we continue to discuss methods of importing and exporting data itself?

I've honestly tried to go that way, with the other subject heading.
Focusing on stuff OTHER than data sources.  I'll admit I'm guilty of
responding to the trolls and name calling, and I get really annoyed
when people try to put words in my mouth.

But again, I have to ask, where's the line?

I thought I've tried at least a half dozen times to say "data
collection itself is outside of what is in, or should be in, the
MythTV code, however importing (and maybe someday exporting) good
quality xmltv data from mythconverg is very much a key part of

That topic has drawn trolls, so I doubt anyone here knows a way to
keep Schedules Direct from entering any topic other than some version
of censorship.

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