On 02/11/18 16:21, Max Rees wrote:
On Feb 11 02:00 PM, A. Wilcox wrote:
> We can move
> aports.git to aports-historic.git
This makes sense to me. I was concerned about what would happen to the
old repo, so archiving it seems like a good idea.
We even still have the archive of Gentoo-based ebuilds, in case we need
> audacious (and audacious-plugins):
audacious-qt is probably the better choice. Gentoo also calls it
audacious-qt, so there is some precedent.
Okay, I will move that over to user/ soon-ish.
> We enable a LOT more plugins: libcdio, ladspa, lzma, libspeex, freetype,
> wavpack, libwebp, and pulseaudio output support. Almost none of those
> are in Alpine main/ so it is impossible to add them to ffmpeg
> dependencies upstream. I really don't want to maintain ffmpeg myself
> since it is a frequent security flyer; if someone else wants to maintain
> it in system/ then that is fine. As someone who *uses* three of those
> plugins on my own system,
I think you forgot to finish this part.
As someone who *uses* three of those plugins on my own system, I would
be very disappointed to have to give them up. But I don't want to have
to maintain ffmpeg, and I don't think I could track their releases.
Does anyone else want to?
There is something weird going on with the LCD filtering such that only
"lcdnone" is usable on Adélie last time I tried, and even then there are
still some visual artifacts. I'm not sure if this is related to
infinality or not but it's worth investigating.
I'm not seeing visual artifacts anywhere, on my desktop 21" wide-screen
flat panel monitor, my laptop 13" panel, or my 17" CRT. Is it only in
some software or does it affect all X clients? Maybe start a new thread
The rest of your proposals make sense to me.
Now we just have to find willing maintainers for the packages that need
A. Wilcox (awilfox)
Project Lead, Adélie Linux