[opensource] Meeting Tonight -- MythTV (an OS for your home media center)

Sean Lee lee.2817 at osu.edu
Thu Oct 11 09:52:07 EDT 2007

I really love MythTV, but I really would like to see my xbox360 to be able
to be used as an extender for linuxMCE one day. I know it doesn't seem
likely unless I mod my my 360, but I'm still hopeful that one day the
microsoft mce protocol will be exploited :)

If anyone knows of any projects that are working on something similar to
this, please let me know.. i'd be interested in helping out.


On 10/11/07, Peter Dietz <dietz.72 at osu.edu> wrote:
> ======================================
> Date: Thursday October 11, 2007
> Time: 7:00PM
> Room: Dreese Labs 266
> Topic: MythTV
> According to the developer, "MythTV is a homebrew PVR project that I've
> been working on in my spare time. It's been under heavy development for
> almost four years, and is now quite useable and featureful."
> I see it as an OS for your home media center, that brings tv recording,
> playback, internet, and gaming to your living room. And Alex will surely
> show off some of the nuts and  bolts that make this happen.
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Sean Lee
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Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
FEH Student
The Ohio State University
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