We have finished now most parts of our packaging-backlog and have also started fresh with new additions. Besides the packages zstd and hypervideo are no longer part of Hyperbola.
To name the reasoning here:
only worked within the spheres of the company "Meta" (former Facebook), which let alone has enough reasons not to be trustworthy
no real community-oriented inclusion so there is no guarantee we will be getting a further dependency without option to rebuild packages without
As conclusion we have removed zstd and also don't plan to integrate it back in the future. When a package cannot be build without it, we have the same reasoning as for others before not supporting it. All packages having a direct and foremost indirect dependency towards zstd were rebuild.
as a fork from yt-dl and yt-dlp it has the same advantages and disadvantages also within supporting non-free platforms downloading data from
exclusive work would be further needed to update this fork and keep it on pair with upstream projects, exclusive more time needed for only this single application and therefore at minimum one person to look for that
depending on the country and the local laws the so-called streamripping can lead to legal issues
We have removed hypervideo and therefore rebuild packages including interfaces towards it.
Would be nice though to have a way to make hypervideo for the future. But if not, there might be other ways anyhow.
Besides, doesn't it depend where people streamrip? Aka, where you streamrip from as well as your location.
As for ztsd, irrelevant, do what you want... won't lose any sleep over not having it since you did say it was bloatware anyhow.
In any effect, its probably possible to build yt-dlp anyhow.
I don't think you need to remove the option from any audio packages to use that option.
If people want it badly enough, leave that up to them. Just don't provide the yt-dlp or hypervideo directly.
People will still probably get it if they want it badly enough. Besides that, its not a bloat package, then its not reasonable to do anything much else.
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