[Openchrome-devel] [Fwd: Detail co-working model discussion]
Wed Dec 10 14:18:36 PST 2008
On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 7:25 AM, Ivor Hewitt <ivor at ivor.org> wrote:
> Xavier Bachelot wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Bruce used a slightly wrong address for the mailing list, sending again.
>> I'll answer asap, but feel free to beat me to it. I've already asked Tim
>> to introduce himself thru the mailing list, he should do it soonish.
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Detail co-working model discussion
>> Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 18:55:47 +0800
>> From: <BruceChang at via.com.tw>
>> To: <xavier at bachelot.org>
>> CC: <Openchrome-devel-request at openchrome.org>
>> Hello Xavier:
>> I have 2 issues relative to co-working model with VIA and like to
>> discuss with our friends
>> 1. Multi-Head support: It's my understanding that some friends in
>> OpenChrome are developing this function. If VIA join this task, there
>> might be 3 experts working for this function. Can VIA take care the HW
>> relative setting such as the parameters due to VIA has some experiments
>> on some platforms for getting these parameters. Is that OK?
>> 2. In which way VIA develop the code: Should VIA submit code through
>> mailing list? or a branch for VIA? I would like to request our friend's
>> comment here. Tim is keeping pushing me for the answer so that he can
>> start to do something.
> happy for minor fixes (or self contained and completely working new
> functionality) to go direct in trunk, breaking changes/work in
> progress/iterative development in a new branch.
> on that point.... I'll create accounts for those who want them. Just
> email me a username and output of httpasswd for your chosen account and
> I'll add you.
> PS sorry I forgot to add yours yet tim I'll do it right now and I'll let
> you know.
I have been working on the dual display work. I think this is an
excellent opportunity to prove that we can work together successfully.
I will create a new branch in subversion and from there we can start
submitting code. I am more on IRC now that I have a stable internet
conneciton in Melbourne. That also puts me closer to normal working
hours for developers in Taiwan.
You can catch me on IRC as jnettlet usually. I can also give my skype
information as I know that is sometimes more reliable in Taiwan.
Looking forward to working with you.
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