cpz at tuunq.com
Wed Nov 9 19:08:18 EET 2022
On 11/8/2022 3:55 PM, Dave Blanchard wrote:
> (sometime in here Carl Zwanzig wrote):
> On 11/8/2022 2:50 PM, Dave Blanchard wrote:
>> I can't believe you dropped ffserver. [...]
>> Perhaps it's because other projects were eclipsing ffserver, only the developers know for sure.
> So how about we just wait for one of them to comment, instead of wasting time with speculation.
How 'bout "There -are- no developers on it"?
> Personally, I don't care WHY they decided to do it. I'm pissed that they did it, leaving me with some useless bullshit like mkvserver_mk2 as the only "alternative."
a) that's nice.
b) mkvserver_mk2 isn't the only alternative (see below)
>> Why not offer to take over maintenance and bring it up to date?
> Are you seriously asking me this? What a stupid question.
Dead serious (and hardly stupid). If that particular software is so
necessary to your process, stop complaining that nobody else is working on
it and do it yourself.
> Why don't I just drop everything to reimplement from scratch something
> that was already (half-assed) implemented, which half the net apparently
> came to rely on, before it was discontinued without warning, when my goal
> is to get my security camers back up and running TODAY so I can catch
> this piece of shit who is robbing me blind?
If it's that important, find something that half works and use it. And
ffserver was dropped almost FIVE years ago! There's been plenty of time to
find something else.
>> Or look at this for something-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_streaming_media_systems#Servers
> Not helpful. It's all either proprietary, doesn't have the right features, or is trash, like the 'official' alternative mkvserver_mk2.
Then maybe you'll have to dig up an old version or do without.
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