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Re: Moving OLPC merge to mainline forwards



On Tue, 2008-10-21 at 23:51 +0100, Peter Robinson wrote:
> >> Alot of the OLPC only packages don't have anything in devel anyway,
> >
> > That definitely sounds like something that we should be able to fix
> > pretty easily.
> 
> Cool, I'll start working through them. For the packages that currently
> have forks what will happen when its rebased. I presume the ones like
> NetworkManger will currently need to keep the forks so do we need to
> flag the mainlined ones for when they're merged?

For things like NetworkManager (and evince being the other that
immediately springs to mind) where there's an older version in the
OLPC-3 branch, flagging them to make sure they're kept track of is
worthwhile.  In most cases, they're "something needs to be ported" --
eg, some of the Sugar bits for the new NetworkManager dbus api or
similar.

Keeping that in a bug blocking the FedoraOLPCDelta bug seems like
probably the lowest-effort way of doing so

Jeremy


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