hp at redhat.com
Tue Sep 23 05:09:14 EEST 2003
On Mon, 2003-09-22 at 19:09, Keith Packard wrote:
> Handhelds.org went even further in this direction; they split out every
> module into a separate group, but ended up needing to hack the kernel so
> that individual users could be in more than 32 groups. I'm hoping adding
> this extra level of indirection will let us survive with standard kernels
> and tools while still providing a level of intra-project self-management.
Ah yes, I was wondering about that 32-group limit...
> For specs associated with specific software packages, I'd like to see those
> kept with the code. ICCCM extensions could live in the xlibs project where
> any supporting code would eventually live. For specs which have no home,
> I guess a separate project to hold them makes as much sense as anything.
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