[Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH] AVISynth support
Fri Aug 25 17:21:36 CEST 2006
On Fri, Aug 25, 2006 at 04:35:05PM +0200, Steve Lhomme wrote:
> Diego Biurrun wrote:
> >On Fri, Aug 25, 2006 at 02:22:13PM +0200, Steve Lhomme wrote:
> >>Steve Lhomme wrote:
> >>>OK, here is a patch without. Also with pkt->pts support and stream
> >>>discarding (very useful given the amount of data used).
> >>So, was I right when assuming that even after cleaning the patch it will
> >>not be applied anyway ? (and Michael was wrong when assuming I would
> >>never clean/fix it).
> >As I've told you before, you are not being singled out here, there are a
> >ton of patches waiting to be applied. However, I can tell you that your
> >attitude does not help at all.
> You mean I can come back in 1 week and nothing will have changed because
> of my attitude ? I've had many people (not at DivX) telling me the patch
> will never make it anyway, and some that I shouldn't even bother wasting
> my time trying. But I tried, again.
Now this is funny, I have many people tell me I shouldn't bother wasting
my time discussing with you, but here I am again...
> Then I waited 1 full week to see if it was just me or something. At
> least the mail didn't get lost since Michael said the code is (now) OK
> and another guy tried it successfully on MinGW. But as I expected it
> never made it to SVN.
So? Look around, the world includes more than just you, there are many
patches waiting a week or more to get applied. I repeat: You are not
being singled out, you are not being ignored on purpose, it's just that
the committers and reviewers are overloaded. It's as simple as that,
> My attitude is the result of this disappointement. Because once again I
> let back my prejudices for a while and assumed doing the right thing
> would produce the right result.
Nevertheless other people in the same situation don't show your
attitude, how come?
I guesstimate that there are 10-20 approved but unapplied FFmpeg patches
in my mailbox alone, most of them waiting far longer than a week.
Sending polite reminders that a patch is approved but possibly forgotten
is welcome, bitching is going to achieve the opposite of what you intend
it to achieve.
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