[Xcb] Thinking towards 7.6 katamari, including xcb
keithp at keithp.com
Wed Oct 28 08:42:00 PDT 2009
Excerpts from Peter Hutterer's message of Wed Oct 28 04:49:24 -0700 2009:
> There's a bonus to stable branches. Any time spent trawling other
> distribution's patch sets is time _wasted_. Distributions find similar bugs
> but they also find different ones. Which means with every point release you
> get bug fixes from all of them - even for bugs yet to be discovered in your
> distro. That is of course assuming patches are upstreamed.
Agreed -- X is fairly unique in that the bulk of development is done
by people who also work on a distribution. Sharing that resource
across distributions means making sure we get all of the changes
upstream, which means doing point releases for versions that are
currently being shipped by more than one vendor.
keith.packard at intel.com
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