VGA Arbiter

Keith Packard keithp at
Sat Oct 27 11:31:21 PDT 2007

On Sat, 2007-10-27 at 16:20 -0200, Tiago Vignatti wrote:

> Maybe we could push our repo to fd.o. What do you think guys? But I 
> don't know exactly how the copyright and license stuffs will work 
> though. All the fd.o repositories must be in MIT?

You're welcome to stick your code at fd.o, of course. However, I think
you'll want to have this in the kernel tree when it works. I'm not sure
how people generally deal with small kernel projects, but I wouldn't be
surprised if they used a complete kernel tree.

fd.o can host code using any OSI-approved license; the only restrictions
are driven by what projects you'll be working with. We've got several
GPL projects already, including an X driver (avivo).

keith.packard at
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