Bug#682010: [mumble] Communication failures due to CELT codec library removal
On Mon, 23 Jul 2012, Chris Knadle wrote:
> On Monday, July 23, 2012 10:34:28, Ian Jackson wrote:
> > Of these 2. would seem to be the best option.
> I agree.
I believe in order to actually evaluate any of these solutions,
someone is going to have to prepare binaries, and do an table showing
the tested (not theoretical) compatibility of with multiple different
clients (and servers?) to their solution's server and client.
I propose that whoever wants to see a particular solution actually sit
down and do the work for their particular solution, with sources,
binaries, interdiffs, and compatibility table conveniently available in
some public location.
FWICT, Ron and Thorvald feel that speex will be their favored solution
and will have a version of it available no sooner than a week from
now, so there's at least a week for other people to do the work. [And
if no one wants to do the work for a solution, then there's no point
in even considering it.]
Feel free to coordinate using this bug or privately, but I don't
believe that further theoretical discussions of client/server
compatibility are useful. [At least, I'm personally not going to vote
to override a maintainer without an actual tested solution that is
technically superior, and I suspect that other CTTE members share that
Frankly, if ignoring inane opinions and noisy people and not flaming
them to crisp is bad behavior, I have not yet achieved a state of
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