[PATCH weston 3/4] README: Move to Markdown, rewrite introduction

Daniel Stone daniel at fooishbar.org
Mon Jul 30 15:10:43 UTC 2018


On Fri, 20 Jul 2018 at 11:08, Quentin Glidic
<sardemff7+wayland at sardemff7.net> wrote:
> Then, all four patches are:
> Reviewed-by: Quentin Glidic <sardemff7+git at sardemff7.net>
> (With or without the split.)

So from mail, that's myself, Quentin, Emre, Erik, and Pekka supporting
the move, with qualified support (... semi-enthusiasm?) from Jonas.
>From IRC, there was a lot of enthusiasm from Simon and Chris (RAOF),
and un-enthusiasm from Drew. There was also this:
    [2018-05-16 14:58:04] — ramcq thought he should push his
wayland/cursor patch to gitlab because WOOOO GITLAB
    [2018-05-16 15:30:02] <ramcq>
    [2018-05-16 15:33:10] <ramcq> how are you actually meant to submit
patches? patchwork and wait a year or so? :)
    [2018-05-16 15:33:29] <emersion> yes.
    [2018-05-16 15:34:34] <mceier> no, mailing list and wait a year or
so, they're added to patchwork automatically ;)
    [2018-05-16 15:35:50] <emersion> yeah, that
    [2018-05-17 09:22:59] <daniels> ramcq: that's done btw
    [2018-05-17 09:29:17] <ramcq> daniels: the patch? or the account
e-mail reset?
    [2018-05-17 09:32:50] <daniels> ramcq: the reset :) the patch is
still the full git-send-email adventure
    [2018-05-17 09:33:13] <ramcq> fuck it then, I'll wait for gitlab

Given that overwhelming balance, I propose to merge these patches to
Weston shortly before RC1, plus a similar set of patches for Wayland
at the same time.


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