[Ffmpeg-devel] time for a release?
Tue Dec 13 10:36:41 CET 2005
Diego Biurrun wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 12, 2005 at 11:55:27AM +0100, Michel Bardiaux wrote:
>>Benjamin Larsson wrote:
>>>Diego Biurrun wrote:
>>>>it's been a while since the last release and since then there has been a
>>>>lot of development and many new features have been added to FFmpeg along
>>>>with fixes for a good deal of bugs. In short, I think it's time to make
>>>>a new release.
>>It does not make sense to issue a 'release' since at the first bug
>>report regarding the 'release', the reply will be 'use cvs'.
>>IMHO, either a release is declared, *and* it is supported; or, the
>>cvs-only-support rule remains in force, and the only thing to do is to
>>state very it clearly in all the docs.
> People have been requesting a release and said they would be happy even
> with CVS snapshots tagged as releases in regular intervals. So let's
> give it to them.
> Supporting releases is a matter of manpower IMO. If I look at the
> FFmpeg patch backlog I simply come to the conclusion that there are
> things with higher priority than supporting releases.
OK, there seems to be a majority for that.
Then I would say the image processing code changes should be completed
before the release: img to img2, doc, regressions, and removal of all
the if-zeroed parts in the code. I have tried to contribute on that but
failed, I dont get the logic behind the img/img2 thing nor the if-zero code.
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