I've got an interesting idea - why not to provide a git repository
with the sources of current Fedora kernel? This could simplify the
maintenance of patches, allows other to easily backport stuff from
kernel.org's master and greatly improves the current situation with
transparency of development process.
I mean I almost sure that Fedora Kernel team uses git internally, so
why not to allow others to fork it?
With best regards, Peter Lemenkov.
Mike Chambers wrote:
> Fonts or whatever don't seem to be as nice or full looking as other
> releases (F14 or below).
* Sun Feb 20 2011 Marek Kasik <mkasik(a)redhat.com> 2.4.4-3
- Enable bytecode interpreter (#547532).
- Fall back to autohinting if a TTF/OTF doesn't contain any bytecode.
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que yo aquí tengo por mío cuanto abarca el mar bravío, a quien nadie
impuso leyes. Y no hay playa, sea cualquiera, ni bandera de esplendor,
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I have ported python-lirc to python3
and I would like to port also notify-pyhton.
However, the makefile calls
/usr/share/pygobject/2.0/codegen/codegen.py (from pygobject2-codegen)
which is not python3 compliant.
Is there a python3 codegen available?
Paulo Roma Cavalcanti
LCG - UFRJ
Why does Anaconda need more memory? Such changes really need to be
coordinated and documented better. We need changes in several
documentation including installation guide and release notes not to
mention changes in the default RAM allocation in virt-manager and so
on. Can someone in the Anaconda team provide the details please.