>They already have all their source code online and compilers are about a dime a dozen now adays
Except for the fact that xbmc is specifically written for MSVC .net AND requires the xbox sdk libraries, neither of which cost 1/12th of a dime and neither of which were designed to be ported across architectures. You can't just take any source code and plug it into another different compiler, click build, and get a nice little executable. It would need to be, at best, touched up. And in worst case, rewritten.
One thing that I can't understand is why you would do this? XBMC is mostly built on Mplayer. Porting mplayer to ps3 linux and writing an interface would make alot more sense.
>Xbox Media Center and its emulators
Not sure I entirely understand this question. XBMC does NOT have emulators.
In short, nice thought, but no.
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