[ubuntu-x] pushing Ubuntu changes to xorg.git
tjaalton at cc.hut.fi
Mon Oct 22 22:26:30 BST 2007
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On Sun, 21 Oct 2007, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 21, 2007 at 09:38:36PM +0300, Timo Aaltonen wrote:
>> I've just pushed five changes from Ubuntu xorg to alioth xorg.git..
>> Hopefully they all are useful, and if not, easily reverted :)
> What is alioth?
alioth.debian.org (aka. git.debian.org) :)
I'll commit some more tomorrow.
> I think it'd be beneficial to manage xorg (and xorg-server) in git.
> During Gutsy I was doing enough work within the xorg package that it
> started getting a bit tricky to balance devel work against other
Yes, I could look into this soonish, since I've been playing with git a
bit. It was acked to have the git repos on git.d.o, but we can discuss
this at UDS.
> Yeah, for Hardy it probably makes sense to leave things like this (and
> xresprobe) until after the dust has settled on the postinst rework. At
> this point, just getting all the major pieces (xorg, xserver, etc.)
> merged in and squared away is probably the main Hardy priority at the
> moment. I also think effort put into driver bug fixing will prove to be
> time well spent, since we'd also be able to SRU the most critical of
> those back to gutsy as well.
Yes, I've done the xorg/xorg-server merges but am still doing some
adjustments (due to pushing some of the changes to debian etc).
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