Storage? I am Storage!
- Feb 1, 2003
- Left Coast
Google Play Music comes with both Youtube Music and Youtube Red. Worth the $10 in my opinion.
I'm not a huge fan of my Echo, but I really like the Amazon Dot. The $50 thing with just enough speaker to give me news and podcasts + order stuff from Amazon makes more sense than the $180 thing with a fancy-but-not-even-remotely-nice-enough-for-the-money speaker. I can see why Amazon sells them in six packs.
The one thing I wanted to know about them is whether or not they had to be used with an external speaker and no, they don't. The built-on one is comparable enough for a mono speaker. I don't have any problem hearing it over the normal noise in my office.
I hope you can program them to scream at you when their battery runs low, "like smoke detectors." 8)I'm considering designing a 3D-printed ceiling mount for them, so I can put them in like smoke detectors.
Interesting... I hadn't gone looking for it. I have to admit I don't get the whole upstream / downstream thing.I think I found it...this might be the fix for your issues. I see it references your forum post. Neat to see the end-to-end.
Interesting... I hadn't gone looking for it. I have to admit I don't get the whole upstream / downstream thing.
Ultimately, I don't play Blu-rays on any of my Kodi boxes (just music) so it's really a moot point. I was just trying to help out the project with my findings.
Your explanation makes sense. Thanks!I don't entirely get the concern because I don't know enough about their project. If I were to guess, they don't want to maintain this patch file or code changes as part of their light weight Linux OS which is built around running Kodi and rather have Kodi as a project integrate the fix in their project so that it is pushed down from them rather than being push up from LibreELEC. The pull request looks to be a former patch file that was generated for Kodi but appears to work for LibreELEC so it was being proposed as a solution to the problem you identified.
They have this directory of patches with three mechanisms of managing them. The project maintainers decided which patches they own and apply only for LibreELEC (downstream), which ones need to be pushed back to Kodi (upstream), and which ones need to be backported from Kodi that may be at a different revision from their working codebase.