[FFmpeg-devel] GSoC with FFMpeg waht a combination!
Tue Mar 25 22:54:17 CET 2008
The Wanderer <inverseparadox at comcast.net> writes:
> Uoti Urpala wrote:
>> On Tue, 2008-03-25 at 06:44 -0400, The Wanderer wrote:
>>> Uoti Urpala wrote:
>>>> Well no OS I know reads data in 4000 byte blocks...
>>> Will you please stop trying to force the new terminology on those
>>> of us who are quite happy with the existing terms?
>>> same applies in reverse, and I do object very strongly to having
>>> people who prefer the revised syntax insist that the original one
>>> not be used.
>> Will you please stop describing the issue in such intentionally
>> misleading and propagandistic terms?
> I am of the opinion that I have given quite enough ground already in
> acknowledging that other people can use the term if they want to.
> I am also not inclined to be particularly (lenient? forgiving? generous?
> all of those imply negative things about my viewpoint which I do not
> intend...) towards someone who brought up the subject by intentionally
> misunderstanding the term when there was no ambiguity.
>> k meaning 1000 is the original and existing usage, and by a huge
> Not when measuring data. It may be that k was historically used to mean
> 1000 in some cases there as well, but from what I can tell it has been
> vastly more often used to mean 1024 when referring to units of data, and
> that is the usage which "ki" and the like are attempting to supersede.
When referring to data other than bitstreams and related buffers, k or
kilo means 1024. For bitstreams it is 1000.
> That said, unless other people jump in such that the discussion expands
> beyond just me being annoyed, I intend to drop the subject here rather
> than produce an extended thread of offtopic argument.
Oh, I'm annoyed enough. I just can't be bothered to pick a fight with
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