--- Log opened Mon Dec 07 18:03:30 2020 Lastlog: 13:17:26 -!- Topic for #ffmpeg-meeting: https://hangouts.google.com/call/xKeJl8WHuMJ67Ue-y0l4AEEM - https://ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-devel/2019-November/252607.html 13:17:26 -!- Topic set by kierank [sid5955@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-yvyadwozjsmterts] [Sun Nov 10 06:14:53 2019] 13:17:26 [Users #ffmpeg-meeting] 13:17:26 [ BradleyS] [ Illya ] [ jessidhia] [ koda ] [ michaelni ] [ thardin] 13:17:26 [ elenril ] [ J_Darnley] [ jkqxz ] [ kurosu] [ mindfreeze] [ thilo ] 13:17:26 [ ePirat ] [ JEEB ] [ kierank ] [ linjie] [ Nightrose ] 13:17:26 -!- Irssi: #ffmpeg-meeting: Total of 17 nicks [0 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 17 normal] 13:17:31 -!- Channel #ffmpeg-meeting created Sun Nov 10 06:06:37 2019 13:17:41 -!- Irssi: Join to #ffmpeg-meeting was synced in 22 secs 13:31:27 -!- j-b [~jb@videolan/developer/j-b] has joined #ffmpeg-meeting 14:04:10 -!- j-b changed the topic of #ffmpeg-meeting to: NewTopic 14:04:20 -!- j-b changed the topic of #ffmpeg-meeting to: Dec 5th, 15:00 UTC (7:00 US West, 16:00 14:05:26 -!- j-b changed the topic of #ffmpeg-meeting to: Dec 5th, 15:00 UTC (7:00 US West, 16:00 Berlin/London/Paris, 23:00 Peking). https://ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-devel/2020-November/272272.html 14:08:13 -!- j-b changed the topic of #ffmpeg-meeting to: Dec 5th, 15:00 UTC (7:00 US West, 16:00 Berlin/London/Paris, 23:00 Peking). https://ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-devel/2020-November/272272.html - https://meet.google.com/pgi-xngk-tuq 14:08:26 < j-b> https://meet.google.com/pgi-xngk-tuq 14:09:03 < Illya> london isnt in the same timezone as berlin/paris 14:21:56 < Lynne> can we change the URL to a non-google service? 14:22:16 < Lynne> we talked about this yesterday in ffmpeg-devel, and we agreed jitsi is okay 14:23:33 < Illya> Lynne: test https://meet.jit.si/ShutSpousesBackEither please 14:23:50 -!- jamrial [~email@example.com] has joined #ffmpeg-meeting 14:29:02 -!- j-b changed the topic of #ffmpeg-meeting to: Dec 5th, 15:00 UTC (7:00 US West, 16:00 Berlin/Paris, 23:00 Peking). https://ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-devel/2020-November/272272.html - https://meet.jit.si/ShutSpousesBackEither 14:29:43 < JEEB> &34 14:33:54 < Lynne> Illya: jitsi accepts all links 14:34:00 < Lynne> so https://meet.jit.si/ffmpeg_meeting works, and I'm in it atm 14:34:53 < Lynne> can anyone who's a mod here change the link? 14:38:19 < Lynne> ping? 14:40:23 -!- j-b changed the topic of #ffmpeg-meeting to: Dec 5th, 15:00 UTC (7:00 US West, 16:00 Berlin/Paris, 23:00 Peking). https://ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-devel/2020-November/272272.html - https://meet.jit.si/ffmpeg_meeting 14:49:36 < kierank> Does Jitsi work on mobile? 14:49:50 < j-b> yes 14:50:07 < j-b> Illya: notes taking somewhere? 14:50:26 < Illya> yep will be 14:58:42 < durandal_1707> why my microphone does not work at all, not detected 14:59:12 < JEEB> if it's through a browser, check that the site has the right to access your microphones? 15:00:46 < JEEB> the initial join page apparently worked for me under firefox 15:02:28 < durandal_1707> in first screen it shows green on bottom that microphone is working 15:03:26 < kierank> durandal_1707: use zoom 15:06:07 < durandal_1707> how? this is jit.si 15:07:03 < jamrial> just join without a mic 15:08:21 < durandal_1707> no, i want to talk in deep bassy voice 15:08:24 < Illya> j-b: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WN2up7TBC8_pyizgfgkk0duzXCfmN7WFtXXzV6RqaI0/edit?usp=sharing 15:08:33 < j-b> Illya: arghghghgh google doc 15:08:48 < Lynne> yup, needs a google account 15:08:52 < Lynne> -_- 15:08:55 < j-b> bad 15:09:09 < j-b> https://mensuel.framapad.org/p/ffmpeg_meeting 15:11:05 < linjie> : D 15:11:38 < liuqi> linjie good evening :D 15:13:34 < linjie> liuqi: Evening! 15:13:58 < durandal_1707> Paul is muted, cant talk 15:14:07 < elenril> JEEB: your volume is low 15:14:46 < liuqi> I only hear noise 15:15:50 < jamrial> JEEB: your mic volume is low 15:16:13 < JEEB> alright, will check 15:16:19 < j-b> durandal_1707: then, please give your objections here 15:16:52 < michaelni> I can review & comment on the CoC if people want and point me to where to look 15:17:00 < j-b> michaelni: great. 15:18:19 < durandal_1707> well if i use audacity it records chrome output 15:20:57 < durandal_1707> lol, perhaps microphone is just diad 15:20:57 < durandal_1707> *dead 15:23:09 < jamrial> regarding both commitees, can we set a limit or penalty for abusing calling them every time someone disagrees with you or seemingly blocks a patch? 15:24:36 < j-b> jamrial: ok 15:30:22 < jamrial> JEEB: gsoc gave us hevc. but that may have been an exception 15:31:19 < elenril> smarter was VERY exceptional 15:31:26 < jamrial> yeah 15:31:26 < elenril> it was basically a miracle 15:32:34 < michaelni> IMHO we should continue participating in GSoC 15:33:06 < Lynne> as long as ther administrative burden isn't too bad for the people doing it 15:33:07 < liuqi> for example abr(Adaptation BitRate ) or SAMPLE-AES (cbcs) for for hls 15:33:27 < Gyan> Continue. 15:33:35 < elenril> at least gsoc is not a burden on people who don't care about it 15:34:19 < liuqi> Continue 15:35:19 * kierank afk for 15 15:36:09 < kierank> yes 15:50:35 < elenril> j-b: DIE DIE DIE 15:52:00 < elenril> all build systems suck, someone should write a good one 15:52:56 < jamrial> i quite like our current build system as is 15:53:11 < Illya> im not a fan of meson 15:53:21 < liuqi> not too. 15:53:24 < elenril> meson sucks IME 15:54:04 < Lynne> "So speaks the lord of terror, and so it is written." 15:54:29 < jamrial> can't IO be moved to lavu? 15:54:56 < Lynne> I'd rather not tbh, lavu is for more generic platofm-independent code 15:55:04 < elenril> it can, but lavu is already a bunch of random things 15:55:12 < elenril> speaking of which: libavhwcontext 15:55:17 < jamrial> hwcontexts are hardly platform independent 15:55:20 < Lynne> yeah, just remembered -_- 15:55:59 < jamrial> well, it is an utilities library. it's meant to be "random" things, in a way :p 15:56:43 < elenril> as long as those things are reasonably small 15:57:04 < elenril> I would think distros hate how lavu now links to every hwaccel lib under the sun 15:57:24 < jamrial> probably 15:57:33 < elenril> s/small/selfcontained 15:59:17 < kierank> yes 15:59:45 < durandal_1707> what was said about nicolas and me? 15:59:54 < j-b> durandal_1707: that we love you :) 15:59:58 < j-b> durandal_1707: well, I do. 16:00:19 < durandal_1707> i rebooted, and got microphone finally working 16:00:33 < JEEB> yup, your sound worked ok 16:00:56 < durandal_1707> so i joined when people mentioned me and "bad" word 16:02:35 < JEEB> I am not sure if you were mentioned, it was just a "too bad" since even if all logs are posted some people will still not be happy with the logs left from the meeting. 16:03:14 < michaelni> Id like to keep the libpostproc code/feature in some form/place useable from luibavfilter 16:03:48 < kierank> we could put it in a different repo and have it optional? 16:04:00 < kierank> as it was in the beginning 16:04:34 < durandal_1707> libpostproc is already external repo, and abandoned, ask derek 16:09:52 < jamrial> other thing to consider: a patch that no one reviews, is it implicitly accepted after a bunch of pings or not? so far, that seems to be how most developers work 16:10:07 < Gyan> Related to Topic 7Many (most?) patches are unreviewed. We should shepherd patches, especially by new / occasional contributors.Key change needed: avoid leaving patches in limbo or ignoredProposed process (rough): acknowledging patch(es) on receipt --> identify / designate reviewers --> alert reviewers as required --> ongoing engagement --> 16:10:08 < Gyan> resolution. 16:10:41 < Gyan> Related to Topic 7 Many (most?) patches are unreviewed. We should shepherd patches, especially by new / occasional contributors. Key change needed: avoid leaving patches in limbo or ignored Proposed process (rough): acknowledging patch(es) on receipt --> identify / designate reviewers --> alert reviewers as required --> ongoing engagement --> 16:10:41 < Gyan> resolution. 16:16:50 < Gyan> It's a self-reinforcing defect: fewer reviews --> fewer new contributors --> fewer reviewers --> fewer reviews 16:17:02 < JEEB> yup 16:25:06 < michaelni> SPI process IIRC is you buy it and ask for reimbursement on ML, if noone object its forwarded to SPI and then its up to SPI , that is IIRC 16:26:05 < elenril> j-b: power9 is actually way more appropriate since it's open 16:26:12 < jamrial> michaelni: so far that was done for travel costs, but i don't recall it done for hardware 16:26:20 < michaelni> and as mentioned above some value items belong to SPI but are hosted / adimed by someone from ffmpeg, this stuff is docuemneted at SPIs website IIRC 16:26:45 < michaelni> jamrial, i suggest someone tries it with something minor to see how it will work 16:28:33 < elenril> it's rather problematic that your first spend your money on it and only then it's actually decided whether you get the money back 16:28:52 < Lynne> and that its owned by SPI 16:29:01 < Lynne> and SPI buys it? 16:29:30 < Lynne> the way I see it, those money are pretty much only usable for travel expenses or conferences, not for/by developers :( 16:29:30 < Gyan> Can't we just ask someone at SPI? 16:29:47 < jamrial> i'm very much in favor of switching to gitlab 16:31:24 < jamrial> gitlab shows differences between commits after a force push in a given MR. it's incredibly useful and much easier to review with huge patches compared to email 16:31:30 < linjie> I’m for merge- request too, easier to track patches and updated histories. 16:32:56 < jamrial> elenril: afaik you can send emails that gitlab automatically converts into an mr 16:33:21 < elenril> jamrial: I know you can do _some_ things with it 16:33:46 < elenril> but not everything 16:33:59 < elenril> e.g. reviewing was not that some time ago 16:34:02 < elenril> *not there 16:34:54 < elenril> and to be clear - it's not that I'm so much in love with email 16:35:19 < elenril> I just hate modern web browsers, the user experience is atrocious 16:36:35 < linjie> Fine from me : D 16:36:35 < JEEB> problem with something !gitlab is that a lot of the integrations or basic features might not be there. at least gitlab is something that can be issue-reported to :) 16:36:51 < JEEB> (and seems to be the most feature-complete thing) 16:37:54 < jamrial> jkqxz: to fully integrate dav1d libavcodec would need to support frame+slice threading. without that, it will be outperformed by the libdav1d wrapper 16:38:05 < elenril> was about to say 16:38:13 < JEEB> I think that is just a case of mapping that somehow, no? 16:38:30 < elenril> no, that needs to be done in the generic code, not inside the decoder 16:38:37 < JEEB> ok 16:38:51 < elenril> and you want to do that for other codecs too 16:38:55 < elenril> like hevc 16:38:56 < JEEB> sure, like hevc 16:38:56 < JEEB> yup 16:45:00 < elenril> j-b: and then we rename ourselves ffstreamer 16:45:10 < Illya> elenril: +1 16:49:03 < JEEB> jitsi worked pretty nicely overall 16:49:07 < j-b> I will reformat the framapad and send it. 16:49:11 < j-b> JEEB: yup 16:49:17 < j-b> JEEB: a lot better than I rememberd 16:54:10 < Lynne> yeah, this went fine 16:54:22 < Lynne> we haven't had a meeting in almost a year 16:54:39 < michaelni> elenril, about SPI payments, i dont think it should be a real problem that equipment is bought first and then reimbursed afterwards. Its only a problem if ever SPI rejects such a reimbursement, also i think i remember reading that SPI has a credit card with which they could pay (cant dfind now where that was written) but that way they could pay directly 16:55:49 < Illya> who owns the equipment too etc 16:56:07 < Illya> what about developers who need to 'own' their equipment like Lynne 16:56:13 < michaelni> still if SPI rejects a payment (which i dont think would happen) one could return the equipment or fflabs could pay it or iam sure we can find another payer 16:56:14 < Illya> a GPU is a bit of a strange thing to be shared 16:57:05 < michaelni> Illya, the ownership IIUC is a legal requiremnt for SPI being a tax exempt non profit thing, why would one need to "own" the equipment ? 16:57:18 < Illya> see comment above 16:57:33 < Illya> how would SPI own a GPU which is used in a developer owned machine 16:57:37 < Illya> how do you even track that etc 16:57:55 < michaelni> Illya, i dont see the problem 16:58:23 < michaelni> assume my GPU of my notebook was owned by SPI, it wouldnt make a difference would it ? 16:58:54 < michaelni> i mean unless i sell my notebook or inherit it after death or something 16:59:55 < JEEB> basically it just means that if SPI wants it back, they technically can request that. 17:00:40 < JEEB> tracking as such shouldn't be a problem, an XYZ thing has been purchased and sent to PERSON 17:00:41 < michaelni> btw: "Generally, it is expected that individuals will pay the expenses up front and be reimbursed by SPI, but advance payment can be arranged with sufficient advance warning to the Treasurer. The Treasurer also has a Visa card for online purchases which for some reason need to be made directly by SPI." 17:03:28 < michaelni> JEEB, i dont think they could legally do that as its payed by donations earmarked for FFmpeg but thats a legal question and iam a lifeform not a lawyer 17:07:36 < Illya> https://youtu.be/1EjIdYuWXEM 17:08:54 < durandal_1707> put it on bluray 17:09:35 < Illya> get to listen to durandal_1707's beautiful voice in glorious 4k hdr 17:18:01 < JEEB> durandal_1707: oh you're here :P on ffmpeg-devel there's someone called jafa who has patches for your ac4 dec 17:23:05 < Lynne> they do? 17:47:09 < kierank> I don't understand what notebook gpu has to do with it 21:17:00 -!- durandal_1707 [~firstname.lastname@example.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 256 seconds] 21:20:04 -!- durandal_1707 [~email@example.com] has joined #ffmpeg-meeting 22:13:01 < koda> thanks for the recording, this is already leagues ahead better than AOM :) 23:32:33 -!- durandal_1707 [~firstname.lastname@example.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 04:40:56 -!- jamrial [~email@example.com] has quit  09:00:04 -!- j-b [~jb@videolan/developer/j-b] has quit [Ping timeout: 256 seconds] 09:00:58 -!- j-b [~firstname.lastname@example.org] has joined #ffmpeg-meeting End of Lastlog
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