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Re: [Linphone-developers] bug tracker

From: Test Sv
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] bug tracker
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2015 14:37:59 -0800

I will add voice to you. The linphone project is almost dead for almost two 
years, and the developers are nowhere to be seen. I went through one of the 
most tedious registration process that I have ever seen as if I will have 
access to some military secrets. After that it is a blackhole. Unfortunately, a 
lot of questions or bugs reports can be only answered by the developers 
themselfs????!!!!!!!!!!!!. I will add one more thing, with my extensive 
software experience, I never seen a source code so complicated for no good 
reason, convoluted and like a maze?!. They make the project open source code, 
but they made close to impossible for an outsider to do any serious work on the 
code???!!. That could be lake of sophiticated experience and skills, or 

I received another message from a developer who is asking if this project a 
real bug tracker or not, because of lack of any response.

Finally, if you critize them and they do not like your message, they are very 
good in deletig it?????!!!!!!. BTW, the common excuse being busy for any 
reason, is not acceptabe becuase the project is almost dead for two years and 
not much has been done. They can always pass the project to more dedicated and 
skills developers.

On Sun, 1/11/15, Peter Villeneuve <address@hidden> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] bug tracker
 To: address@hidden
 Date: Sunday, January 11, 2015, 5:04 PM
 don't think so.I have the exact same problem. I
 posted a bug about the Samsung Notes 2 and 3 here but never
 got any replies. I also noticed another user posted a
 similar bug here months ago and he was also ignored (and the
 bug continues).
 In fact, if
 you look through the archives, you'll notice most bug
 reports never get any replies.Not the most
 organized open source project I've seen... 
 On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at
 9:30 PM, Eric Toombs <address@hidden>
 linphone have a /real/ bug tracker? I posted a couple bugs
 on this
 mailing list a year ago or so, and they were just buried,
 which is what
 usually happens on a mailing list.
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