[vlc-devel] VLVC Integration

Jean-Paul Saman jean-paul.saman at planet.nl
Sat Mar 1 14:08:17 CET 2008

Hello VLVC team,

The videolan team is switching to use git as it main repository. At the 
same time the switch is made a branch for stabilizing vlc-0.9.0 is 
created. This means that the integration of VLVC changes can be done in 
the unstable branch without further delaying the vlc-0.9.0 timeframe.

I would suggest that your team creates small patches (group 
functionality, for instance) against the unstable after the VideoLAN 
team finished the move to git and created the 0.9.0 branch. The patch 
files must be sent in uncompressed/clear text (no .zip, .rar, .tar.gz) 
to aid the reviewing of the changes. I must warn for large patches, 
because they take a lot of time to review and check. So please send a 
series of small patches to speed up the integration of your changes into 
  vlc unstable.

Thank you.

Jean-Paul Saman.

Julien Passeri wrote:
> Hello,
> VideoLan VideoConference (VLVC) is a plugin for the VLC media player. It
> adds videoconferencing functions, it can connect from 2 to 10 people so that
> they can see and hear each others with the help of a computer and a webcam.
> This software is free and is supported on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. It can
> be downloaded on the Internet and it aims to be used by private individuals
> and professionals as well.
> If you want to test it, you can dowload it on our website (www.vlvc.net) in
> "download" section :
> http://www.vlvc.net/fr-downloads.html
> An article about VLVC with screenshots :
> http://www.generationcyb.net/VideoLan-VideoConference-VLVC-la,1203
> The project was born 4 years ago now, we have several stable versions
> although the development still continues. So that the community can use and
> improve our project, we would like to be integrated officially in the future
> versions of VLC.
> Moreover on the forum of VLC, one answered us that there were demands on
> cleaning a bit the code to integrate it. So we would like to know which
> modifications we must make.
> Thanks.
> VLVC Team
> vlvc2008 at vlvc.net

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