ijr at po
Feb 6, 2003, 6:18 AM
Post #2 of 4
On Thursday 06 February 2003 03:35 am, Cedar McKay wrote:
Re: myth developer vs myth user guidelines
[In reply to]
> Hey Isaac,
> could you clarify how you would like to see posts divided between these
> two lists? For instance talking about submitting a patch would
> obviously be on the developer list, and discussion of xbox as a
> frontend (ugh) would obviously be for the user list. But what about
> help, I can't compile
> help, could not find Xv Support
> does the AIW card work
> help, I get shitty performance
> I get poor audio quality
> I think I found a bug but I'm not sure
> how do I run frontend and backend on different machines
Shouldn't be asked, it's in the docs =)
> I crash when I change channels
Could be either.
> in other words, do you want to use the developer list as a place
> strictly for discussion of coding, planning and the submission of
> reproducible bugs (with a backtraces), or are you just trying to get
> some of the blatant off topic stuff onto another list?
> I think most people want to do the right thing and not piss anyone off,
> but I think a lot of people think "could not find Xv Support" would be
> a developer-list issue and a lot think it would be a user-list issue.
No rules or anything, really, I just want to get some of the really off-topic
stuff off the -dev list so that people who don't want to get so much mail
don't have to.