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Re: baracuda/vnc in f9?



Adam Tkac <atkac <at> redhat.com> writes:

> Let me try explain situation around vnc. I'm vnc maintainer and our
> current Xvnc has HUGE patches. It is absolutely unmaintained by
> upstream so I think it's better fork it because we need vnc server
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> together. So in the end it looks that I will stop baracuda project,
> use patches from it to current vnc and join to TightVNC project. When
> TightVNC will be usable we will use it as our default vnc. Btw if you


It sounds like you are doing a great job on this - and that the
intentions seem perfectly reasonable. I am sure many will appreciate
it when the new version is ready for action.





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