[mythtv-users] SVN removal howto
jaw1959 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 16:13:26 UTC 2008
Cool, thanks. That's all I was looking for.
On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 11:08 AM, Brad DerManouelian <myth at dermanouelian.com>
> On Feb 21, 2008, at 7:48 AM, Josh White wrote:
> > If you read it again, my question is far from impossible to answer.
> > Someone who has seen the transition from .17 to .18, .18 to .19, .19
> > to .20...could conceivably have a better idea of when they started
> > hearing "it's close" on the discussion group to "it's here" based on
> > how the transitions from the last major versions to the next went.
> > I'm certainly not looking for someone to base their careers or lives
> > on how accurate their guess is, but the general order of magnitude
> > of the time till release shouldn't be out of the question for
> > someone with more historical knowledge. I'm a bit of a Linux noob
> > and I can't code to save my life (compiling anything from source is
> > still a challenge for me).
> > I've been involved with Myth for about 4 months now. Someone more
> > knowledgeable would have stronger historical basis, and that's
> > probably someone who's been involved with this discussion group
> > longer than I, and from all that they'd be able to generate a better
> > guess than I would. It's someone like that who I'm asking. If you
> > know nothing more than that, please simply ignore the post and wait
> > for someone qualified to answer, rather than telling me its
> > impossible.
> > I didn't ask for lottery numbers.
> > From my background, I feel confident in saying will be out somewhere
> > between 1 day to 1 year from now. I expect someone more
> > knowledgeable can do better. If you ask a stock broker whether a
> > stock is at its peak, they can say "I don't think so" or "I think it
> > will be in the next few weeks" or "I think it peaked last month."
> > Of course, it's impossible to say with 100% certainty, but I thinks
> > it's a decent analogy. Sure, the broker could tell someone to
> > "download the historical data and make your own guess," but that
> > would be a waste of the work the stock broker already did. As you
> > said, this is an OSS project. The idea is to share knowledge and
> > not to reinvent the wheel. I could start learning how to program
> > and come out with my on PVR software package, but that would be silly.
> > The reason I ask is I plan to do some setup changes and I'd rather
> > wait till the next release to do that. If it's a matter of days or
> > weeks, I'll hold off. If it's a matter of months, I'll go ahead and
> > make my changes now. I'm not trying to be impatient, and I'm not
> > suggesting it's taking too long. I'm simply asking for some
> > guidance from the more experienced people in the community.
> > So does anyone feel confident enough to venture a guess?
> The problem with guessing is that you set expectations.
> This statement last December:
> turned into an "announcement" here:
> Neither are accurate in my opinion, but there is your guess.
> Google is pretty good and finding stuff like that.
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