[CinCV TNG] about Cin-GG
cinelerra at posteo.de
Tue Jul 9 23:44:05 CEST 2019
I'm sorry you had trouble subscribing to the mailing list.
I can disable all the security mechanisms, but as a result we have more
work with all the manual cleanups caused by spammers. We are exposed to
many spam attacks every day and use existing protection mechanisms to
protect ourselves and our community from such attacks. Here are some
numbers about spam, last weeks 2786 attacks were blocked based on IP
address. 17 direct login attempts with blacklisted email addresses have
been blocked. 7 brute force attacks and 70 complex attacks. All
attackers want to remain anonymous. I also prefer to surf the Internet
anonymously as far as possible, but we use these protection techniques
to protect ourselves and not to use our visitors for advertising
purposes. These security tools help us spend our time on more important
things, such as more time improving Cinelerra. I would love to do
without such tools, but unfortunately this would make dynamic content of
our users impossible.
I can add you manually. I'll send you an email.
I will post your bug in Bugtracker.
On 09.07.19 22:30, matheu wrote:
> Lukas Rachunek:
>> I've just read the recent discussion about shutting down the site and I
>> understand the reasons. But I see that there are often changes on
>> Einar's GIT,
> If only anybody would tell the web location of Einar's git repo... I
> read the discussion about it weeks ago, and looked for it, but couldn't
> find it.
>> even today, so I just think it would be really a shame not
>> to use his code to improve Cinelerra-CV. I use Cinelerra-CV on some
>> projects and I like that it's very fast and with low memory consumption
>> even when I load many video clips. Unfortunately, I'm not able to merge
>> the new code into Cinelerra-CV, so I hope that someone else will try it.
> Not that I could help with this merge...
> But I'm working on some video projects of mine using Cinelerra-gg.
> And I have repeated difficulty with simply just signing to Good Guy's
> mailing list. I just got, and it's again and again, after lots of
> tractors, traffic lights and parking meters clicked, on:
> "Cin Subscription results
> The email address you supplied is banned from this mailing list. If you
> think this restriction is erroneous, please contact the list owners at
> cin-owner at lists.cinelerra-gg.org."
> because I use Tor, and apparently google does not let anybody in who it
> does not identify, psudonyms do not count for them.
> I tried to sign with this sam email address that I'm sending this email
> Good Guy pls. release the grip for users who want to remain anonymous!
> Same with the forum:
> (although I'm sick of trying so this time won't even try, tried previously).
> A bug for Good Guy's Cinelerra:
> diff --git a/cinelerra-5.1/blds/bld_prepare.sh
> index 188d628..9c6f2dc 100755
> --- a/cinelerra-5.1/blds/bld_prepare.sh
> +++ b/cinelerra-5.1/blds/bld_prepare.sh
> @@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ case "$dir" in
> #debian 32bit: export ac_cv_header_xmmintrin_h=no
> apt-get -f -y install apt-file sox nasm yasm g++ build-essential
> zlib1g-dev \
> - texinfo libpng12-dev freeglut3-dev libxv-dev libasound2-dev
> libbz2-dev \
> + texinfo libpng-dev freeglut3-dev libxv-dev libasound2-dev libbz2-dev \
> libncurses5-dev libxinerama-dev libfreetype6-dev libxft-dev
> libgif-dev \
> libtiff5-dev exuberant-ctags ttf-bitstream-vera xfonts-75dpi
> xfonts-100dpi \
> fonts-dejavu libopenexr-dev festival libfftw3-dev gdb
> libusb-1.0-0-dev \
> Sorry for mailwrap...
> The only (important, other ones not sending now) thing to change:
> s/libpng12-dev/libpng-dev/'. Without that, the script won't do any
> apt-get'ing, it just complains there is no libpng12-dev package (and
> there isn't one indeed) to be found.
> Hope this is useful, and hope cinelerra-gg.org becomes truly accessible...
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