Exiv2 bug reports

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Sat Mar 11 11:24:24 GMT 2017

I understand very well the burn out state.

But all peoples working in open source make the puzzle in same manner. We
have a job and we work while the free time on extra projects. I'm working
myself like this since... 2001 now, for digiKam...

I'm trying to have a safe life, with family, and with a real plan to
dedicate working hours on this project.

More, i teach also, in my 3rd life. This will not mean that i will jump
through the windows, because i'm overloaded. I just plan well my working
hours. When it's too much, i pass my time to sport, make garden, trip, take
photo, dog-walk, etc...

Last point : Robin is retired. He have certainly more free time than me to
work on open source, with less pressure. So he has no right to judge me has
a man who make a mess. This point of view is just inacceptable.

Gilles Caulier

2017-03-11 12:06 GMT+01:00 jdd <jdd at dodin.org>:

> Le 11/03/2017 à 11:55, Gilles Caulier a écrit :
>> I dislike a lots this kind of message :
>> http://dev.exiv2.org/issues/1267#change-5904
>> Seriously... If a crash appears in Exiv2 implementation, we report as
>> UPSTREAM. It's normal. And i'm sorry, but if a crash appear, it's
>> because a bug is inside the code, especially if the backtrace is
>> explicit...
> the man works too much and is easily upset. I very often notice such
> reactions in open source world, where people works on free time after the
> usual work and easily burn out :-(
> I too have such reaction, but given my age and experience, I try not to
> make others receive it :-)
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wugWGhItaQA
> :-)
> jdd
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