Third-party Ubuntu TV's creative additions demoed via a new 31 minute Youtube clip
Usually, shipping and/or publishing innovative technologies, tends to trigger feedback, both positive and negative.
Unity has been subjected to a solid amount of community reactions, both positive and negative, furthermore, attracting a "layer" of creative users "competing" with Ubuntu developers, usually in approaches in relation to optimizations rather than focused on core Unity pieces/behaviors/look, shaping Unity through their creativity in a what-should-be interface, should-be focused on minor yet relevant additions.
Along with Unity, Ubuntu TV gathered opinions, advices, conceptual directions, etc, and, recently, a non-Ubuntu developer published a 3 minute Youtube clip, exposing a personal view on Ubuntu TV, filled with numerous additions, both personal and already used under Unity (atareao's Unity Youtube lens, scope packagers' Unity Torrents lens, etc).
Mrbobweaver has just published another Ubuntu TV Youtube clip, featuring an explanatory approach via an in-depth 31 minute clip, where step-by-step Ubuntu TV's creative additions are explained, demoed, accessed, etc.
The bellow clip doesn't present a mere mockup, but "real" code, available on https://code.launchpad.net/~josephjamesmills
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