Re: Bug#520955: ITP: xserver-xorg-video-glamo -- X.Org X server -- SMedia Glamo display driver
On Mon, 2009-03-23 at 22:35 +0100, Luca Capello wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Owner: Luca Capello <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Severity: wishlist
> User: email@example.com
> Usertags: package-creation
> * Package name : xserver-xorg-video-glamo
> Version : YYYYMMDD.gitCOMMIT (read below)
> Upstream Author : mainly Lars-Peter Clausen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> * URL or Web page : http://git.openmoko.org/?p=xf86-video-glamo.git;a=summary
> * License : multiple, mostly XFree86 (full texts below)
> Description : X.Org X server -- SMedia Glamo display driver
> This package provides the driver for the SMedia Glamo 3362 chipset,
> mostly found on the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner (GTA02).
> More information about X.Org can be found at:
> This package is built from the X.Org xf86-video-glamo driver module.
the driver doesn't come from X.Org, so this (and the links above) is
probably unnecessary. Also probably s/X.Org/Xorg/ in the short
description, since that is referring to a particular DDX.
> NB, I cc:ed a lot of lists: please refrain to discuss non-Debian issues
> on all of them. Except for general issues, pkg-fso-maint@ is the most
> relevant one, which should always be cc:ed, TIA.
> This driver is based on the XFree86 fbdev driver, then adapted to the
> SMedia Glamo chipset, more information are available at
> In my plan, this supersedes the Xglamo kdrive X11 server, which AFAIK is
> not update anymore, ATM available in the pkg-fso repository at
> The xserver-xorg-video-glamo package as well will be maintained under
> the pkg-fso umbrella, but I would like to work as close as possible with
> the X Strike Force, to be sure the package conforms their standards. If
> the X Strike Force would like to take care of the package, I would more
> than glad to "offer" it to them...
I think it's better if the driver is maintained by people who use it, so
I'm happy to see the pkg-fso team take care of it :)
Feel free to ask on debian-x@ or #debian-x for any questions you have
though, or if you want us to look over the package before upload.