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Re: The return of keyboard psychedelia

On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 08:48 -0600, Jonathan Corbet wrote:
> Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com> wrote:
> > Hopefully now that we've gotten
> > over the beta hump, Ajax will have more time to think up clever ways to
> > avoid this situation.
> I bet he'll figure it out :)
> Since I've been one of those occasionally whining in public about the
> challenges of X in rawhide, I'd like to say that Ajax and company are
> doing a great job with all this.  We were well warned that a rough ride
> was coming, but the response to the bumps has been quick and effective,
> most of the time.  The end result should be a more stable X for
> everybody.  Thanks for all the hard work!

Well, he'll try anyway.  My current theory is that evdev needs a
paranoid mode where it will just refuse to touch anything that looks
like a keyboard, which should fall through to the old F8 driver setup
without mucking with XKB settings.  That'll punt far enough for F9, I

Thanks for the continued testing and patience while we work this stuff
out.  X is unforgivingly subtle in some corners and you just don't
notice it until you try to change it.

- ajax

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