done now waiting for the email
in English plz?Originally Posted by thanatos106
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Originally Posted by SnyperBob
One word.... "GLUE"
Best thing to do is contact user yunusyu who created the skin (Brightlife) for Frodo and either ask for help on a pay basis to create a skin or ask him to evaluate your tool.
Appeal to the reputable skinners and see what they say about your new frontend. Oh before that contact an Admin here and see if they will give you your own frontend secion like Frodo and Road Runner , etc.. As the posts need to be corralled into one location for ease of searchablity and access.
They can always dump or archive the section later if needed.
Just suggestions to help get you off the ground with your interface.
Good planning up front always pays off in the end.
Remember there are alot of die hard fans of Frodo, Road Runner, etc and to sway them to try another interface it really takes something that blows away the competition...
AMEN!!!Originally Posted by E30vert
This is a very good approach... We are all being hard on them because of the way the software came into the forums and into our minds... but being fair it is a good offer, and they are obviously a software maker that takes into accounts users interests and as such deserves our respect!
I will be applying in the next few days!
Wow, the new interface is really getting a lot of feedback. This is great.
Murdermuppet pointed me to brightlife and LS 2.0 I really liked those designs and worked with a local graphic designer to create this skin. The graphics weren't taken from brightlife but when I worked with our graphic design I told him I wanted the end product to look as good as brightlife.
I will contact yunusyu and make sure he is OK with me publishing the skin. We can easily make changes. After developing our skin I can appreciate the effort he but into his.
Thanks E30vert for the suggestions. I have already asked the admins for a software sub forum. I guess there wasn't enough interest because they said no.
RoyN, we did get flamed we first came onto this forum. A huge part of this was due to our installer which took us a couple weeks to fix. Things settled down and I think people are starting to see us for what we are. A carputer company.
Frodoplayer and Roadrunner are great. I have a lot of respect for the coders working on these projects. I don't expect our software to compete with theirs. We offer turn key computers to end customers like Limousine manufactures and after-market installers. This is how we are able to stay in business. I don't think I'd last long selling $30 copies of ESX Manager.
Offering our software to the MP3CAR users gives us great feedback and helps us make decisions about what to develop next. I often find info here that isn't available anywhere else.
In the next couple of weeks we will be releasing a VO-IP phone. We are working with T-Mobile to use a codec that will work on GPRS. We are close to finding a solution but getting voice over 28.8k can be tricky. This will allow users to make calls from their carputers.
This is being done for one of our customers. Anyone on the forums interested in this?
The VoIP over GPRS sounds great to me, although seems very difficult. What codec will you be using? Have you looked into licensing the G.729 codec from www.digium.com? They started and still host the Asterisk PBX (for unix flavors) software, and quality Digium telephony hardware. They also invented IAX/IAX2 transport and bridging.
I'd be interested in testing the application!
Audi A4 Carputer, 80% setup.
Bandwidth is everything here. GPRS can get upto 56K but with my T-Mobile service I see and average of about 28k.
We will use the GSM or G.723.1 codec. Do a google search. People can run VO-IP with 28.8k modems. It's just a huge pain in the ***.
Asterisk is one of the most useful software packages I have ever used. For those not familar with VO-IP asterisk is a free linux software package that allows you to run a full phone system with voicemail, extensions, call forwarding, emailing and fax. The code is open source and there are new updates coming out every day the potential is limitless.