Fedora 10 for 9.1.0?

Jeremy Katz katzj at redhat.com
Tue Oct 14 20:37:49 EDT 2008

On Tue, 2008-10-14 at 19:12 -0400, Chris Ball wrote:
>    > gtk 2.14 has some good stuff, would be nice to start to rebase on
>    > F10 ASAP so we don't have so much stress as with the F8 rebase.
> Once we decide to do this, we'll need to talk about who would do it --
> for the F7 rebase we had J5, and then Dennis for F9, and it's not clear
> who could take the lead on F10.  Once we know we intend to go ahead with
> a rebase, we could ask the fedora-olpc-list if anyone's interested in
> volunteering to spearhead it?

There's the start of a listing of what some of the deltas from Fedora 10
to the current OLPC software stack is in bugzilla
iirc) which would be where I'd recommend anyone interested to start with
trying to get some of the changes resolved before Fedora 10 is released.

Longer-term, I think at least from my ideal point of view, an OLPC
software release can be viewed largely as just a spin of Fedora bits
plus perhaps a few things which are not suitable for Fedora, thus making
the amount of "rebasing" needed slim to none.  One thing that would help
there is having more OLPC people involved in maintaining/co-maintaining
packages which are "critical" to OLPC in Fedora.  If anyone's interested
in stepping up here and needs pointers on how to get started, let me


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