Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
Nice. But well: It sound like yet-another-hardware-compatibility-list
me. Thus I'm wondering: Don't we have enough of those already?
Or wait, let's do it even better: Try to work together with all
those and solve the problem once and for all *properly* and in a general
way? Read that as: cooperate with at least Novell/Opensuse, Debian and
Ubuntu and maybe get OSDL ^w TLF on board (from the start of).
That would be awesome. So many people are waiting for such a list.
How about something linked with Smolt ? You report your hardware with Smolt,
it takes you to a webpage where you have a table with all your hardware,
and 3 checkboxes for each component : Works, Works partially, Does not
If that sounds good, Smolt could then be ported to other distros, and the
results of each could be aggregated on a single authoritative website.
I for one would love to see something like that.
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