[mythtv-users] Slightly OT: MythTV as Senior Project?
mccoyn at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 14:22:02 UTC 2005
Check this out for a list of ideas:
Personnally I want to see something like MythAlarm, but I don't really
see where parsing can come into it (unless you did an overly complex
On Thu, 03 Mar 2005 03:03:21 -0800, Louie Ilievski <loudawg at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi everyone. I have been an avid MythTV user for over 6 months now and
> I love it. I also have wanted to get involved in some development for
> it. My friend and I are seniors at the University of California,
> Riverside, and we are trying to find a fun project we can work on for
> our senior project. However, this is supposed to be a "compilers"
> class, but our professor is open to ideas for our project, as long as it
> is somewhat compiler related. More specifically, I imagine he is going
> to want to see some scanning and parsing going on in our code at the
> very minimum. He definitely considers web pages compiler related, so it
> seems he's pretty lenient, and doesn't want us to strictly re-write gcc :-)
> We are looking for potential ideas we can propose to him for a project.
> If we can get him to approve something related to MythTV, we would be
> very excited. Do any of you have any ideas for features we could
> implement that would require some "compiler related" code?
> I know this is being somewhat worked on, but I just thought of the
> possibility of getting VBI working with MythTV for the PVR350 and 250
> (or I guess ivtv in general). I believe the VBI code is actually
> working in the ivtv driver, but just not in MythTV yet. Am I correct?
> I just remembered that an experimental patch just went in on March 1 so
> this idea may be scrapped.
> Anyhow, any and all ideas would be greatly appreciated. If we can pull
> this one off then we would be able to code for something we're actually
> interested in, while at the same time helping out the project. And of
> course, we could both possibly learn a thing or two from the plentiful
> criticism shot out by Isaac and the other devs. :-)
> Louie Ilievski
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