(Please continue to CC me) On Wed, 2006-08-23 at 00:12 +0300, Daniel Stone wrote: > On Tue, Aug 22, 2006 at 08:45:21PM +0100, Ian Campbell wrote: > > Is there a particular reason for this? I've tried searching the debian-x > > archives but I can't see it. > > Purely historical reasons: the binary package is named > xserver-xorg-video-foo to have a clear lineage from xserver-xorg. OK, thanks for the info. David Nusinow wrote, in a message he forgot to CC me on ;-) > > I have xf86-video-ivtvdev_0.10.6.orig.tar.gz and I'm wondering if I > > should repack/rename it before upload (well, before searching for a > > sponsor ;-)). > > Don't bother repacking it. Just rename it. I can sponsor the driver if > you're interested. If you want to bring the package under the > maintainership of the XSF with you as the primary uploader, you're more > than welcome to do so. Just let us know. I'm currently maintaining the kernel side of things under pkg-mythtv on Alioth but I think for this package it makes more sense to integrate it with the XSF than pkg-mythtv so I'll take you up on that kind offer. My username on alioth is ijc-guest, do you need anything else from me? ssh key perhaps? Thanks, Ian. -- Ian Campbell Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.
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