[mythtv] should mythtv be forked?
zenoniii at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 21 23:45:16 UTC 2005
Fork it and move on.... If Isaac and the community like the
direction, they'll switch. Start investing time on the order that
Isaac has invested and something MIGHT happen. Till then, enjoy your
Sorry to be a cheerleader, but I think Isaac is doing an awesome
job. I think everyone who has a "suggestion" has two options: start
submitting real work or start paying Isaac. Like Linus is to Linux, I
believe this benevolent dictatorship is perfect for this project or it
would be a mess. Hell... I have a very nice working DVR/jukebox and
only had to invest some time. For that, I am most grateful. Thanks to
all who submit patches and contribute to the lists for helping the rest
of us leeches.
Disclaimer: I think my contributions stand as a one line patch
that is probably long obsolete.
--- Isaac Richards <ijr at case.edu> wrote:
> On Monday 21 March 2005 04:29 pm, Micah F. Galizia wrote:
> > No. People are busy -- that's life! But personally, I found it
> > frustrating that nobody (with any authority) gave any feedback at
> all to a
> > patch I submitted. Don't get me wrong, it is your project and you
> > entitled to do whatever you like. However, I don't see much point
> > contributing if I am just ignored. That's just my two cents.
> I haven't had time to look over patches at all, really. If no one
> else is
> going to be applying much stuff to CVS, though, people just have to
> wait for
> me. =(
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