Multi-application communications channels (Where does Jack fit into Bitfrost?)

We had a presentation down at Linux Caffe on the weekend regarding a number of Jack-based collaborative applications. Basically you can have 2 or more applications communicating audio across the Jack bus. This allows for some very elegant loose coupling of applications.

Where would we put those applications in a Bitfrost system? Would we allow for multiple applications running in a single chroot? Or would we allow for the Jack channel to breach the Bitfrost activity boundary?

Anyway, something to think about when I have a chance.


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