Originally posted by ScottF200
ALL, if one did have any luck how would "this" be easily distributed without the risk from those that have an interest in possibly keeping "this" out of the publics usage. Those with interest have not objected as far as I've heard.
Let me retreat to my traditional position as the Antagonist of "Those."
Those are the same people who wrote, on page 71 of the original Entre manual that:Entre will display DVD Audio discs as "Unknown Disc"
under the DVD category in the Movie mode. Once
the on-line DVD Audio database is operational, DVD
Audio discs will appear in the Music mode.
Those are the same people that have no clue as to solving nearly anything when it comes to the marvelous program called Media Manager. When they want to tell me that it's the firewall which prevents me from viewing my music Entre's contents, I have the retort that . . .ummmh, I have Two Entres running off the same router. One gets noticed, the other doesn't. The same is true from either a wireless laptop, or a hardwired pc.
Those are not the people that should be heard to complain when their hard-paying customers create solutions that they themselves have either neglected to provide, or simply couldn't figure out.
We are all big boys. We can certainly communicate about hypothetical things by way of PM or email.
Alternatively, if a very shy, anonymous-type person were to show up and, on a one time basis, post a recipe that all of us were dying to cook, we could always just point back to the shy guy's post. There are such people, you know.
On the other hand, the secret society thing is actually fun. For those who want to discuss such theoretical things, I think they realize to whom they must turn--everyone at their own risk, of course.