husku at husku.net
Mon Apr 27 14:19:21 CEST 2009
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Franky Van Liedekerke wrote:
> first of all, what does "Moro" mean? I've seen you using that word
> many times, but it doesn't exist in English :-)
... is a common way to greet each other in Tampere, Finland. I have seen
people use different languages in greetings on mailinglists and all of
them have been "major languages" and easy to guess, like hola. So, why
not raise the stakes :)
> So in short: my changes are stable ones (I only put things in the git
> that are tested), for now Lorn is bleeding edge (has things that are
> not working right now). Radek is also stable, but behind on patches.
> Karadog is stable 2.6.24, but also behind on patches (and kernel).
> Filip so far only put standard qtextended on github (because t that
> time, karadog was very busy and unavailable), no patches are
And of course this situation "lives" by the day and is not written on
stone, so no wiki page would be possible. Now I understand the lack of it.
> As you can see here, only lpotter is ahead for now:
Heh, I've been looking a different versions of that map and just
understood how that mapping is supposed to be used. It matters on what
you choose as your reference point, which I did not realize since in my
mind there was no such thing. Thank you for clarification and an
excellent insight on "who has what". I think im going to start tracking
yours since karadog lacks patches.
Is the trac at karadog the only bugrepoting place, besides this list?
- -- husku
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