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> > a) Matthew, you open up your CVS repository to the public. If you have no
> > plans of spending more time on rdesktop, for example when it comes to
> > inform the community about roadmaps etc, maybe it would be a good idea to
> > form some kind of "rdesktop team".
> Here is what I propose:
> * I will open up CVS HEAD to people who have made good contributions in
> the past, and who have an interest in contributing further. Hopefully
> this will make sure that the latest developments are available for all
> in CVS, without Peter needing to maintain a separate patch series.
Unfortunately, this didn't happen. The latest patches are still not
available in the SF CVS, now two months later. Moreon, I get no replies
on questions regarding when this will happen, what's the preferred way of
reporting bugs, RPM-packaging etc etc.
This situation is not acceptible for me. Therefore, I've created an
alternative CVS repository. It contains (currently) rdesktop-1.1 +
rdesktop-unified-patch19-9-0. The CVS repository is available via
anonymous CVS and through the ViewCVS web interface.
There is a Bugzilla at http://bugzilla.lysator.liu.se/, which can be used
for reporting bugs.
I will accept patches that makes sense. I will try to keep the code in
this repository stable, though
More information about this alternative CVS repository is at
Peter Åstrand Telephone: +46-13-21 46 00
Cendio Systems E-mail: peter@...
583 30 Linköping