> ... there are way too much changes at the moment :)

FullAck, but the number of changes are not the issue, it's more the
sustainability and the time frame within the changes. Looking to the last 5
versions, each of them do look allmost like a complete new version. There is
allmost no time for other developers (plugins, addons and distros) to react
to them and the worse, they don't now if their work is valid for the next
vdr developer version. If you want to stop any development around VDR, go
ahead like this ...

But don't forget, you don't make a solution liek VDR a success or BBS like
vdr-portal only with a few "make; make install" users. Over 95% of VDR users
are using a distribution.

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