On 23 Apr 2001, Paul J Collins wrote:
> You can blame Rasterman and his merry band for that; they started the
> ESD project ("Enlightened Sound Daemon"), and I guess GNOME used it
> "because it was there", like they did with MICO. MICO has since been
> replaced; perhaps ESD will be too.
GNOME will be migrating away from esd to arts, the KDE sound server.
network audio standards... well at least you have a choice...
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