[FFmpeg-cvslog] [ffmpeg.org]: r390 - trunk/src/index

Alexander Strasser eclipse7
Sat Sep 26 11:57:14 CEST 2009

compn wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Sep 2009 20:36:46 +0200, Alexander Strasser wrote:
> >  I don't know if this is at all the right approach. I mean if things
> >are written in news entries and got online, they shouldn't be changed
> >afterwards.
> >
> i dont see a problem with it.
> >  I think visitors associate them with a message posted at a specific
> >time by a specific group/person. So changing them afterwards doesn't
> >feel good to me. Instead of modifying the existing messages, posting
> the ffmpeg news entries arent attributed (aside from -cvslog) so i dont
> see that either.
> just my 2cents

  Yes, this is why I am asking. At least they form entries and have a
timestamp at the top. They are not attributed to a specific author
on the page though. So for example if I would revisit the site I
would recognize the entry at the first line of the first paragraph
(probably look at the date again) and then just leave without noticing
changes in the second paragraph.


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