Re: [FFmpeg-devel] Reintroducing FFmpeg to Debian
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On 08/14/2014 11:27 AM, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> On 08/13/2014 07:53 AM, Kieran Kunhya wrote:
> On 08/13/2014 06:30 AM, Michael Niedermayer wrote:
>> Also ive offered my resignation in the past. I do still offer to
>> resign from the FFmpeg leader position, if it resolves this split
>> between FFmpeg and Libav and make everyone work together again.
> Why not just take the offer, and move on?
Probably because of the condition he attached to it, which also dates
back to the arguments preceding the original split:
>> The part i insist on though is that everyone must be able to work
>> on their code without people uninvolved in that specific parts
>> maintaince or authorship being able to block their work.
In other words, as I think I understand it from the discussion back
then: people not involved with a particular area of the code can't NACK
the work of someone who is working on it, and someone who works on a
particular area of the code doesn't have to wait on review of people who
aren't involved with that area of the code.
Since one of the motivations of the people behind the libav side of the
split seems, IIRC, to have been "no code gets in without having been
reviewed by someone other than the author", this was apparently deemed
an unacceptable condition.
Secrecy is the beginning of tyranny.
A government exists to serve its citizens, not to control them.
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