Do you know were the "Black Box" image comes from while viewing some RSS, and Jukebox feeds? I think it is part of the threePartsView mediaDisplay function.
The "box" is in the upper-right corner. Sometimes (some RSS Feeds) it has a logo of a "Folder" in it.
What controls this image? Where is it located, what is it's name? What is the element name and attributes?
I asked snappy and he thought you might know.
I see no problem using the wiki (linked in my signature below), and if that doesn't support tables then a linked Google Doc on the wiki should do.
The only problem with such table (IMHO) is it will only end up comparing GUI of the latest of each of the 3 available firmwares (Semiofficial, ACRBO and MedeBO), note that formal discussion of the ACRBO and MedeBO is questionable at the best (due to issues that I am sure you are aware off).
The rest of non-gui features you list below are either hardware related (HDWR, REV, Chipset, Male/Fem serial header) or can be manually added to the firmware (like Jukebox, YT, RSS, metafeeds .. etc).
That said, taking your idea a step further, I think a 1073DD firmware comparison would be beneficial, this would include the latest firmwares from devices like "PBO, Mede8er, ACRyan, Xtreamer, Seagate FAT+, .. etc" where all the aspects you mentioned below would be listed beside a PBO compatibility field.
Best of luck,
I'm looking for a "comparison" chart for the various firmwares available for the PBO (Official, Semi, Custom) but have not found anything. Can you identify the best place to build a chart like this (not a long thread). Perhaps Google Docs, or if this site can support a wiki chart.
Details to include: HDWR, rev, Chipset, Male/Fem comm header, GUI, Features: Jukebox, YT, RSS, Metafeeds, Applications needed.., Target user, Wife Friendly, ipkg, Forum Site..
i'm willing to help provide details for my current setup, althought it doesn't provide the optimum setup (hence the chart).
The NSLU2 wiki site has a great format for keeping information neat and concise, and minimizes long threads of repeated postings (SW3)
Perhaps this new project will free up your time to bring us more great insights!