orn at upl.cs.wisc.edu
Fri Dec 29 22:45:03 PST 2000
How can I contribute? Excellent project and I'd like to help out where
My skills set is broad, but my time commitment has to be tempered for
now. I've got very strong VHDL skills (it's what I'm doing right now
professionally). I can code and read code in C, C++ and a bunch of
different assembly languages. I can write and do web stuff. I have
great (by most standards) unix/linux skills.
I don't know a lot about music, sound theory or the vorbis spec right
now. I tried reading your documentation, but it seems spotty. Maybe
I was looking the wrong place? Ideally, I'd like to build a GPL'd
VHDL implementation of the Vorbis standard - but that's probably a lot
more time commitment than I can really sign myself up for.
Anyway, great work! Point me and I shall go.
(BTW, love cdparanoia too! Used it for a long time until I degenerated
to Windows encoding. I wrote some spiffy perl scripts to use cdparanoia
under linux; I just got converted by the sheer number of features some
of the commercial Windoze rippers have.)
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