[FFmpeg-devel] Bug Tracker Etiquette is Unacceptable

Don Moir donmoir at comcast.net
Sun Mar 2 21:58:03 CET 2014

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Subject: Re: [FFmpeg-devel] Bug Tracker Etiquette is Unacceptable

> On Sun, 2 Mar 2014 15:29:43 -0500
> "Don Moir" <donmoir at comcast.net> wrote:
> i'm not going to comment on ticket 1876, i think it speaks for itself.
> although in this case it maybe that the bug report itself was invalid
> (as you were not able to report a backtrace with ffmpeg tools) and not
> that the code problem you reported was invalid (obviously reimar? fixed
> it, so the problem did exist).

Your tools are too weak to reproduce the issue. I should not have to report a bug so your mother understands it. I just wish I got 
bug reports like 1876,

Had I not spent the time on it, taking the insults, most likely it would still be broke today.

>> So all I am asking is that you mark 1876 as fixed and not rudely
>> marked as invalid. Sorry I can't point you the actual fix case
>> because no one even bothered to close the ticket properly.
> my solution to this problem (the problem of people being offended
> by bug statuses) is to hide the bug status from users and only let
> developers see it.
> of course that wont help derek :)
> my opinions are my own and i do not speak for the project.

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