On 28.09.2008 21:57, KH KH wrote:
2008/9/28 Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora(a)leemhuis.info>:
> On 28.09.2008 09:24, Hans de Goede wrote:
>> Thorsten will begin building all kmod's from livna in rpmfusion today.
> Didn't get around to it.
Same today, sorry :-/
> Some work for day job, some other stuff for RPM
> Fusion, a little bit real life and building kmods for livna consumed all the
> time... I'll start with it tomorrow (hopefully).
I will be online tommorrow, so maybe I can help.
At least the nvidia's shouldn't be imported.. the parallele
installable version need to be discussed with the nvidia-kmod
maintainers (firewing1 and me). For now it is still raw. (we need to
have tools to handle the switch and fallbacks).
Firewing1 told me to just import everything just as it is. The other
changes that can be done later.
That, btw, is IMHO the only way forward afaics, as the livna infra is
more then damaged a bit right now -- thus I'd really want to close livna
as soon as possible.
i can renew the madwifi snapshot. i will probably set it as
dead.package if it doesn't works with kernels 2.6.27 (assuming ath5k
now work better except maybe for master mode with hostapd). (I will
check this tommorrow)
Not that it matters much, but I'd prefer if we could keep madwifi for a
little while longer if possible without to much hassle.
But yeah, if ath5k really does all the major things the users need then
it might be time to drop madwifi.
Then i can review some new kmod
and help importing (mock test if needed) the older (livna) ones.
I think it might be easier for everyone if I work through that mess;
especially as https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=464613
things a bit more complicated in the past few days. :-/
I will start submitting merge review of some freshrpms package
tracking for some time now (dvdrip perl dependencies and cinelerra
Just wondering: Why do we need merge reviews for those? Wasn't the rule
we had: All those packages that were in just one of the three repos
(dribble, freshrpms, livna) were automatically kind of approved without
further review? But whatever: if you have enhanced packages in your repo
then it'll be best for all if they get merged.