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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

sCrAmBlEd?HaCkZ! Interviewed in Wired News

Wired News has posted an overview article on sCrAmBlEd?HaCkZ! that has a nice interview with some new information. (sCrAmBlEd?HaCkZ! has been covered here before)

The Man Behind Scrambled Hackz

WN: When might Scrambled Hackz be released to the public, and under which license and operating systems?

SK: I'm currently very busy with lots of other things, but because there's such a great interest I hope to find the time to launch (Scrambled Hackz) on SourceForge38 in mid-May. The initial release will be just the core so the nerds can already start to play with it. All code will be licensed under the GNU GPL and it will be platform-independent.

WN: I was astounded by the speed with which the program is able to reassemble the Michael Jackson interview once the sound sample database has been created. Can users of the eventual release expect that sort of performance on a normal machine? Will any special hardware be required?

SK: Michael works in real time on my 2-year-old laptop, a 1.7-(GHz) Centrino with 1.5 (GB of) RAM. No special hardware is needed; any recent computer will do it.

Read the article and interview here


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