Replying to a mail on fedora-devel-list@
On 29.09.2008 18:00, Bastien Nocera wrote:
On Mon, 2008-09-29 at 16:36 +0100, Richard Hughes wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-09-29 at 11:32 -0400, Jarod Wilson wrote:
>> "hey, you need to set up a 3rd-party repo and/or
>> you can get codecs from Fluendo", then no problem.
> No, there's not, but that's a good idea. What about something like:
> No plugins were found to play back this media type:
> You may need to enable or set up a 3rd party software source to find
> these plugins.
> You can buy media plugins from "Fluendo Codec Store" but these will not
> be supported by your vendor.
> The Fluendo Codec Store link could be just disabled in gconf, or patched
> out by free software distros.
I'd rather it didn't appear at all. People can swap out the helpers if
I didn't follow that gstreamer/codeina stuff to closely, but I suppose
above was a hint for us. Which brings me to the point of this mail: did
anybody track that stuff closely? What are we supposed to do to make
life as simple as possible for our users (e.g. "to make it just work")