Re: [gst-cvs] tpm gst-plugins-bad: gst-plugins-bad/

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Re: [gst-cvs] tpm gst-plugins-bad: gst-plugins-bad/

Sebastian Dröge

Am Dienstag, den 18.12.2007, 11:50 +0000 schrieb Tim Müller:

> On Tue, 2007-12-18 at 09:39 +0000, Jan Schmidt wrote:
> > [hidden email] wrote:
> > >  Bump requirements to -base CVS for libgstvideo additions in
> > >  glimagesink. Disable glimagesink until the missing files get
> > >  checked in.
> > >  
> > I will *kill* you fuckers.
> And a very good morning to you too, Sir!  Let's not blame the messenger,
> shall we?
> My understanding was that we [0] need to do new core/base releases soon
> anyway, since the current ones have some serious regressions [1] [2].
> Besides, it's easy to copy the GstVideoFormat stuff back into
> glimagesink if we really want to release plugins first, but somehow I
> don't really see that happening with holidays coming up and all, so the
> natural thing to do if we want to release *everything* before the new
> gnome release cycle seems to do core/base again in the new year,
> followed by plugins (IMHO). We haven't done plugin releases for so long
> that another month is hardly going to matter now.
> Anyway, maybe you should just announce in what order you think the next
> releases should be done, so everyone can plan and commit accordingly.
Any updates on this? Is it ok to let good/bad/ugly depend on core/base
CVS now? :)

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