[rtmpdump] [rfc] are there patches that have not been reviewed still sitting around?

Howard Chu hyc at highlandsun.com
Thu Aug 13 16:09:14 CEST 2015

Andrew Stone wrote:
> I realize that this reply is a bit late, but better late than never.
>  From a cursory glance through the mailing list, there appear to be ~8 patches
> pending (from the past year), and some misc bug reports. I, for one, use this
> project on an almost daily-basis work, and have recently started diving into
> the code to fix issues I'm running into. Given how much I rely on it, I would
> volunteer myself as maintainer, though I'm not sure how everything works with
> git/hosting/etc around here. Also, since this project is very low traffic,
> might it make tracking easier / simplify things if the project were to be
> moved (or at least mirrored) on GitHub/Bitbucket/something else, where bug
> reporting and patches can be maintained in contiguous threads? I'd be curious
> if this has been considered and rejected in the past.

Don't be stupid. This project used to be hosted on sourceforge and got shut down
by Adobe's army of lawyers. The same would happen again on Github or any other
well known host. Don't make suggestions without knowing the history of what's
gone on before.

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