How many bugs can be filed at once?
55 bugs in a row, so that the
desired bug number is reached. It
took some time to prepare all those reports, which eventually resulted
in 55 successive bug numbers, on top of last-reported
#599945 at the
time, ta-da! I love it when a plan comes together!
Just as a reminder, the main idea behind those bug reports is to get
FTBFSes as possible reported, as
How many X packages can be uploaded between two
14 packages. Now that things are settling down a bit on the
squeeze front, I managed to have a look at
1.9.1 rc1), which had already been worked
on by Christopher James Halse Rogers (thanks!). Uploaded source
xorg-server: the X server itself. Selective users want
xserver-commonfrom that one.
xorg: a set of Debian-specific meta-packages.
xserver-xorgis mostly what’s wanted from that one.
xserver-xorg-video-fbdev: a FrameBuffer-based video driver.
xserver-xorg-video-vesa: the well-known generic video driver.
- All supported input drivers for which
debian-x@is listed in
Maintainer. That means
So, what about the “major” (
drivers? More on that later; if you want to test
1.9 with those,
experimental and build your driver
against it. Hopefully only a few days should pass before you get an
update on that topic.
How many times did this blog go haywire?
Possibly none, even though it was recently reworked so that
http://mraw.org/ and http://blog.mraw.org/ are
xorg tags may be added to older posts when
time allows, but those shouldn’t pop up in planet again.