And if you had actually read why it was undone you would have seen that it was not because of "naysayers" or because of people not wanting -mt. It was because of the whole merge broke history, because the ffmpeg-mt branch seems to have messed up history. I think this will be re-emerge as soon as ffmpeg-mt has a sorted out history.
Originally Posted by popper
If this was the Linux-kernel this would never have been merged in the first place, Linus has blocked DRM-pulls before, and at least once with a big lecture of the evilness of "git reset".
Originally Posted by Culex
It wasn't really unmerged, just the history was removed and replaced with this:
Originally Posted by Xake
Author: Michael Niedermayer <email@example.com>
Date: Tue Mar 22 22:36:57 2011 +0100
Fake-Merge remote-tracking branch 'ffmpeg-mt/master'
Yeah, seems like they found a better way to fix it.
Originally Posted by Francesco Cosoleto
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