welcome on board.
On Sunday, 22 May 2011 at 18:39, Ryan Martin wrote:
Recently, I was able to fix a bug in the Omnibook support package, a
somewhat abandoned set of drivers for certain laptop-specific
functions of many HP and Toshiba laptops.
While I can't say if your fix is proper, your work is definitely
welcome. I don't have as much time as I used to to work on my packages,
so someone with the same hardware would be appreciated.
I've been going through the process of joining RPM Fusion in
update these packages, but I've hit a bit of a deadlock. According to
the contributors page, in order to get sponsored and get CVS access to
RPM Fusion, I'm supposed to submit a package for review.
Becoming a packager without creating a new package is not without
precedent and I could sponsor you. However, I'd like you to do a couple
of package reviews (non-binding, obviously), to evaluate your grasp
of packaging guidelines and best practices. The package reviews can be
done either in Fedora or RPMFusion.
rather than reinvent the akmod and kmod spec file from scratch, I'd
like to update the exising ones. It seems that without getting
sponsored, I cannot get the ssh access to cvs.rpmfusion.org
allow me to check out and review the work that's already been done.
You can get the src.rpm and see the specfile inside. Please send any
patches my way and I'll apply them.
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