Re: Bug#176267: ITP: mplayer -- Mplayer is a full-featured audioand video player for UN*X like systems
On Wed, 2003-01-29 at 09:43, Seth Woolley wrote:
> All I see from you people is "he's a bad, bad boy" and nothing
> substantive. You also whine as much as he does.
> You guys blew the libmpeg2 "issue" way out of proportion, considering the
> libmpeg2 author was in on the whole thing.
I haven't seen a statement from the libmpeg2 author in this whole thread
concerning his "in-ness" on "the whole thing".
Do you believe everything someone says on the Internet? No? Then why
should we? Why is it so offensive that we ask for proof?
> Here's what you can do:
> "I know others mischaracterized the situation, but here's a real issue..."
> So far, nobody's done this.
Then you should rest easy, as it's very likely that such high-quality,
free, uncontroversial software will be a shoo-in for inclusion. Indeed,
it would seem that someone is already hard at work to make this a
reality. If the legal situation with mplayer is as you say, then
"apt-get install mplayer" should be a reality in a jiffy.
That is your goal, right? Or are you (and others) just interested in
slamming people when you say things like that?
Jeff Licquia <email@example.com>