[ANNOUNCE] xserver 1.5.0
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Thu Sep 4 19:30:51 PDT 2008
On Thursday 04 September 2008, Daniel Stone wrote:
>On Wed, Sep 03, 2008 at 07:21:25PM -0400, Adam Jackson wrote:
>> This is almost certainly the server that will go into Xorg 7.4. The
>> module set for same is available here:
>> If you see anything missing that should be present, or present that
>> should be absent, yell very loudly, right now. Otherwise that'll go
>> gold in a day or two.
>I've updated module-list.txt and Releases/7.4 on the wiki to match what's
>now in the archive (over the past couple of days, just the server update,
>a couple of small drivers to match, and my last libX11 release) now.
>Notably, xf86-video-vmware 10.16.1 release messages are missing.
>Even though I've got pretty crap at moderating xorg-announce@ ever since
>listadmin broke (http://bugs.debian.org/459006 -- clearly I just need to
>dist-upgrade), it's important that they get through so things like this
>don't get missed when doing releases. When I do release stuff, I _only_
>go through xorg-announce at .
>One of the nice things about having the standard format and insisting on
>everything being GPG-signed, is that it's the only way we can verify the
>integrity of our archive. Without that, if we got compromised again,
>we'd have no way to tell if the tarballs are compromised or not. This
>should be a little less slapdash, I admit, but download.fd.o never really
Daniel, where did the radeon stuff go?
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