[FFmpeg-devel] [DECISION] Server "move"
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Wed Sep 23 11:39:29 CEST 2015
2015-09-22 14:21 GMT+02:00 Clément Bœsch <u at pkh.me>:
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 08:27:47PM +0100, Kieran Kunhya wrote:
>> > This "decision" thingy, is intended to confirm that
>> > * Stuff should be moved to the telepoint server, possibly duplicates
>> > should be left at/moved to the hetzner server for redundancy, if
>> > this is technically possible (maybe it should be called copy instead
>> > of move in that case)
>> As discussed at VDD15 and posted to the admin IRC and emailed to the
>> root email address:
>> It was agreed by a large group of developers that this should be put
>> on hold and videolan remain a valid option.
> Well, to be completely honest, it was Ronald & you mainly, the rest of the
> people in the room remained mostly silent, and it was about "a random
> server in Hungary [or sth like this] no ones know anything about".
> It was also raised the fact that using Videolan infrastructure needs a lot
> of work for the admins, for which most of us couldn't really say much
> about it.
That's probably part of the issue. Is there actually a precise list of
tasks that are needed to achieve the transition to VideoLAN's
infrastructure (Docker, etc.). From what I understood, the transition
is not impossible, "just" that nobody has time/desire/skills to
migrate everything in one-shot. The bug tracking system was also an
issue since videolan's trac instance was to be decommissioned.
Maybe if there was a well defined list of things to would make it
clearer to estimate the transition cost? And, in the worst case, it's
not as if VideoLabs was hosted in a famous hoster in France, and
probably some help could be gathered from there independently as a
>> You can't just make these unilateral decisions.
> We have a voting committee in order to make decision with a much better
> "large group of developers" defined, that's what this thread is about.
> That said, on a personal note I'm pretty much neutral about the decision
> taken as long as I'm not asked to do any work, so I have no opinion on
> which servers to keep or use in the future.
> Clément B.
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