Pending xkeyboard-config OLPC patches
Sergey V. Udaltsov
svu at gnome.org
Fri Feb 25 16:13:15 EST 2011
I noticed that huge wave of spam in my box:) Going to look at it.
On Fri, 2011-02-25 at 15:30 -0500, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 8:21 PM, Sergey V. Udaltsov <svu at gnome.org> wrote:
> > As usual, I prefer to use bugzilla for patches. You can use one bug for
> > all patches, or group them somehow, if you find it suitable.
> Thanks! Filed
> 34732 Merge OLPC es / olpc2 keyboard map
> 34738 Merge OLPC "mechanical" keyboard maps (us and es)
> 34730 Merge OLPC AF keyboard map
> 34734 Merge OLPC et keyboard map updates
> 34735 Merge OLPC kz keyboard map updates
> 34736 Merge OLPC mn keyboard map updates
> 34737 Merge OLPC np keyboard map updates
> I am not familiar with patch workflow for xkb so if there's specific
> info you need in all of them, you can say so via email or only in one
> of them.
> The patches actually come from Sayamindu and Paul Fox, they understand
> the xkb machinery in any case.
> I also wonder if there's a better way given our situation -- we often
> roll new keyboards into production. Does xkb define an alternative
> directory where an rpm could install additional keyboard definitions
> without patching xkeyboard-config the time?
> Of course, once defined and stable, we'd get them into
> xkeyboard-config proper, but what I see is that we define keyboards
> (and include them in our builds) in a rush, and then polish the
> definitions over the next year or so... with this dynamic we'll always
> be shipping a patched xkeyboard-config.
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