I’ve been making some small progress on Kaffeeklatsch, though most of it is behind the scenes stuff. For example, IEffect now extends IDisposable, and the frontend will dispose effects when removing them. This could be used, for example, in plugins that create OpenGL display lists and want to properly clean up after themselves when destroyed.
At the moment, the core effect library is lacking a dynamic movement plugin, which should deform the color buffer according to a user-supplied formula. I heard that Winamp AVS was made open-source some time ago, so it may be a simple job of porting that effect to C#. However, as this kind of math is not really my area of expertise, I would love for another FOSS developer to join the project and help out there. Post a comment if you’re interested.
5 Replies to “Developer wanted”
I don’t know if I can help you with that math stuff and I don’t know what “FOSS developer” means, but I would like to join your project.
I’m sending you more details via email.
Free Open-Source Software. Meaning that you’d develop an open-source project for free.
I’m glad you made it available as a subversion repository. I’ll try to get it now…
When I said I would send you more details in an e-mail, I thought I could find your e-mail address, but it wasn’t that easy. Can you send me a message (I entered my address when I write comments here, you can probably access it because it’s your site).
I stumbled upon your blog today looking around for some audio visualization options in .Net and this looks fantastic.
Are you still developing it?
I work on it now and then, but I’m waiting for a better solution to user scripts than Lua bindings (hopefully something completely managed).
Comments are closed.