reverting to ancient gstreamer, good time to implement change control?

Erik Garrison erik at
Tue Aug 19 16:24:06 EDT 2008

On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 02:23:27PM -0400, Daniel Drake wrote:
> Hi,
> I've spent too many hours on Record and there are still outstanding
> blockers. I'm pretty stumped on one of them:
> And haven't even started looking at the others:
> However, I do have a fix! It involves reverting to the following
> versions:
> gstreamer-0.10.12-1
> gstreamer-plugins-base-0.10.12-4
> gstreamer-plugins-good-0.10.5-7
> gstreamer-python-0.10.7-2
> Record-54
> This is what we shipped in update1. Everything works rather well
> (despite being told by gstreamer developers that Record's pipeline
> should never have worked!)
> After reverting, I will attempt to get gstreamer developers involved in
> fixing those bugs. I wonder if the fact that we are shipping such an old
> version would act as motivation for them to help fix it. I will try and
> get them hardware through the developer program.
> I can take care of everything on the Fedora/rebuilding side. RPMs here:
> How do people feel about the above?

I think this is a fine solution for the moment.  Let it rest, and save
your time for more salvagable ventures.  We can move forward when we
have more time to spend on the issue and/or gstreamer understands itself
better.  You have made it a long way towards the completion of a
much-needed rewrite of Record but there isn't time to complete it prior
to the release.


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