On Mo, Jan 25, 2010 at 10:53:59 (CET), Fabian Greffrath wrote:

> Am 24.01.2010 20:43, schrieb Andres Mejia:
>> Wouldn't it make more sense to continue with a version number 
>> "0.5+svn<DATE>"?
>> Not that it really matters to me, I'm just curious as to why "0.6" already?
>> Also, shouldn't the package be named ffmpeg-snapshot, ffmpeg-trunk, or 
>> something
>> similar?
> +1

Why should we? This would only make sense if we would want to make these
packages co-installable with the existing packages. I don't think this
is worth the efford.

> Has upstream already announced that they are going to release a 0.6
> version at all? If not, I also think it's unwise to select this specific
> version number for our own packages in advance.

No such release is planned, and this is exactly what I want to discuss

>> I'll volunteer to help if you wish. I could do regular uploads of the package
>> depending on what interval you wanted. Of course I'll leave the initial
>> packaging setup up to you.
> Same here. I've become a bit less active recently, but if there's
> something I can do to help and/or test, I'm of course there!

Thanks. Just keep an eye on the 'master.snapshot' branch as soon as I
push my commits there. I have the branch almost ready, however I want to
clean it up a bit before public consumption

Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4

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