From: Dan Dennedy <ddennedy@gm...> - 2009-05-07 16:47:18
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:17 PM, Zarko Pintar <zarko.pintar@...> wrote:
> 1st) You suggested to me to try disable SELinux, but my SELinux is disabled!
> 2nd) If I use ffmpeg drom SVN (not from RPM FUsion repo), than I'm getting
> Segmentation Faults from that ffmpeg!
Oh well, I do not use Fedora 10 or 11. I have enough to do already.
Are you telling me that you can't find one Fedora user to figure this
out and send a patch to the relevant project? If you can't then that
is an indicator of just how unpopular Fedora is as a distro for MLT
users, which means it really isn't worth my time right now. I have
better things to do, such as...
> For this reason I ask you again, can you make some patch for MLT 0.38 for
> resolving this build warning:
> mlt.i386: W: shared-lib-calls-exit /usr/lib/libmiracle.so.0.3.7
I already repeatedly gave the answer to this. I am not willing to
apply a patch that removes these calls because it will break the
functionality. I have clients that have paid me money that uses this
code, and I am not going to fuck it up for them. However, Fedora is
free to apply their own patch since miracle is not interesting to most
of its users. There is no simple patch to reorganize the repo and
remove miracle from the mlt project. I am already in the process of
reorganizing, but it is far from trivial. I might be able to get this
done this weekend.
From: Dan Dennedy <ddennedy@gm...> - 2009-05-08 17:04:12
On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 8:21 AM, Dan Dennedy <ddennedy@...> wrote:
> On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 11:34 PM, Zarko Pintar <zarko.pintar@...> wrote:
>> Great, Danny.
>> Here is the answer of Fedora community on your arrogant attitude towards
>> Do you happy now? Is this what you want?
>> I had a better opinion about you, but things are changing.
> I was aggravated because I had explained my plans to remove the
> miracle library and executable from the MLT tree but received multiple
> interrogations. I have finished this work of the reorg to the tree
> except for more testing. Should be done this weekend.
Also, while I may dislike the Fedora policy because it feels like
micro-management and too imposing, I have expressed here in the past
that I also respect the good intention of their agenda. Furthermore, I
want you to know that I do appreciate you as a fan of kdenlive and
your effort to make it more readily available to the other users of
your favorite distribution.
However, I do request that you respect the manner in which I intend to
address the issues. I know it can be frustrating to wait, but it is
for the typical reasons: too much to do, too little time, and not
enough help. That is why I wanted you to continue to work on the
segfault within the ffmpeg module - to allow me up to focus on the