CenterStage is an open source project to build a powerful and intuitive media center application for the Apple Macintosh, this project was inspired by the launch of the Mac mini, an ideal Mac to use as part of a home theatre system.
Today, Apple released Front Row software included in the new iMac G5 which, combined with the new Apple Remote, makes it easy to navigate through all the digital goodies you’ve collected and created. Early versions of CenterStage resembled Apple’s Front Row.
We’re seeking comments from CenterStage users regarding how they believe Front Row compares. Do you think Apple’s new Front Row will affect CenterStage’s development, especially if Apple plans to expand Front Row to other Mac models, as we believe is inevitable?
Will the effect on the CenterStage project be positive or negative?
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