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Amarok 2.1 - back to the future. (english version)
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| We (padoca team) are long time Amarok users. We have seen amarok grow and
| become the best audio player along the 1.x series. We’ve seen the writing on
| the wall when 2.0 was out, the same promise and potential that embodied Kde
| 4.0 release.
| A rewrite, a new beginning, not perfect at first but full of potential and
| vision. Sure, some features where sorely missed (like Kde 4.0) but it was
| needed. In order to be able to make the future envisioned by the amarok dev
| team, they had to go back… they had to send amarok back in time, and it
"Mr. Emerson and I discussed a variety of investment structures wherein
Microsoft would 'backstop,' or guarantee in some way, BayStar's investment....
Microsoft assured me that it would in some way guarantee BayStar's investment
--Larry Goldfarb, BayStar
Amarok2 and redefinition of awesomeness
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| Fully aware of the fact that this post will bring no change to Amarok or KDE,
| I am setting out to write this nonetheless. I know I should have been more
| constructive, but this is all I got to spare right now.
| With the disclaimer out of the way, I used to be a KDE user and devoted
| Amarok user. Even when fancy took me to run Gnome, I used to run Amarok
| faithfully. Nothing unique, many Gnome users do the same.
| UI : We programmers sometimes get so blinded by our creation that we see
| nothing past it. The plasma widget in center is exact case of that.
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