[mythtv-users] THIS IS A NON-COMMERCIAL MAILING LIST (WAS: Re: Torc for iOS - Application Submitted to the App Store for Review)

Kenni Lund kenni at kelu.dk
Tue Apr 17 16:32:01 UTC 2012


2012/4/17 jedi <jedi at mishnet.org>:
> On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 09:01:50AM +0200, Kenni Lund wrote:
>> 2012/4/17 Christopher Kerr <mythtv at theseekerr.com>:
>> > But frankly my complaints are much broader than that. MythTV 0.25 took about
>> > 18 months, and ultimately failed to deliver:
>> >
>> > - The promised replacement for mythtv-setup
>> > - Anything resembling a useful version of MythMusic
>> > - Any improvements at all to the utterly broken state of commercial
>> > detection in Australia and the UK
>>
>> <SNIP>
>>
>> > I've followed the development closely, and I know that 0.25 brings lots of
>> > changes "under the hood", which is great, but what do we have to do to get
>> > long-standing usability problems addressed? (Hint: If your answer is "write
>> > a patch", you're not helping.
>>
>> If you're just ranting and not contributing any code to fulfill *your*
>> expectations to this project, you're surely not helping either. Most
>
>    Feedback is no less helpful than code.

In some cases, yes, but I really didn't see any constructive criticism
in the mail I was replying to.

>    You don't need to be a code monkey to contribute to design or testing.

Absolutely not! The important part is to contribute *something* and
not just complain about others not doing it:
http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Contribute

Best regards
Kenni


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