Le primidi 1er brumaire, an CCXXVI, Ronald S. Bultje a écrit : > But this is the whole problem. We're stuck in a stalemate between nothing > and nobody. As with ffserver, we'll keep postponing this forever more until > the stalemate is broken. > > What incentive is there for anyone to write a replacement for this feature? > And stack that incentive against the pool of available developers that have > time and interest in this feature, and what are you left with? > > Nothing.
The problem we have here is a lack of leadership. We all work on the parts of the code and features that are of interest to us, but there is nobody with the authority to demand work on the boring tasks. It is the kind of problems that grow at an accelerating rate, which is the reason we did not see much for ~6 years and they are now popping all over the place. For example, the recent discussion about the output of statistics filters also showed a lack of leadership. Note that I am not proposing myself as a leader, by far. A leader should know the whole code well and have good human skills, and I fail both conditions. But we need to start looking for a solution, because otherwise this project will eventually stagnate and bitrot. Regards, -- Nicolas George
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