On 2017-11-26 03:42, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
2017-11-26 9:31 GMT+01:00 Jim DeLaHunt <from.ffmpeg-...@jdlh.com>:
@subheading Subscribe to the ffmpeg-cvslog mailing list.
-It is important to do this as the diffs of all commits are sent there and
-reviewed by all the other developers. Bugs and possible improvements or
-general questions regarding commits are discussed there. We expect you to
-react if problems with your code are uncovered.
+Diffs of all commits are sent to the
+mailing list. Some developers read this list to review all code base changes
+from all sources. Subscribing to this list is not mandatory, if
+all you want to do is submit a patch here and there.
I am (still) against this change.
OK, what specifically are you against? More important, what are you in
It's difficult for me to read your mind via email. Would you please
read the existing section, "Subscribe to the ffmpeg-cvslog mailing
list.", and give wording which to you describes accurately the
I'll observe that we have already heard other opinions:
* Paul: "Not at all. To be a contributor, it is not needed to
subscribe to [ffmpeg-cvslog] list."
* Timo: "Usually if a discussion comes up the mail from cvslog is
replied to on [ffmpeg-devel] list, so no actual discussion happens
on the automatic cvslog list."
I don't have strong feelings on the policy for the -cvslog list, except
that the current documentation is clearly inaccurate in describing the
current reality. That is obvious even on a short exposure to the
community. "Bugs and possible improvements or general questions
regarding commits" are /not/ discussed "there", on ffmpeg-cvslog. The
statement "We expect you to react if problems with your code are
uncovered." is correct, but more accurately describes behaviour on
ffmpeg-devel, not ffmpeg-cvslog.
Sorry, Carl Eugen
It's great that you care. What wording do you support?
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