[forum] Discussing issues
Mon, 14 Apr 2003 14:44:29 -0400
The question I think, rather than how many CVS servers there are, is
whether we have a single path to making decisions.
If you look at the X.org proposal with its two paths, this is the same
For a concrete example, take the STSF/fontconfig thing. STSF
developers felt like they were going down the right path to being part
of X and solving the problem. fontconfig developers felt same.
So we have the problem that it isn't clear up front what the path to
becoming part of X is.
But even once we resolve that, we have the problem that we could have
multiple technologies arriving via the same path, and need to sort
A goal of a working X organization should be to have an answer to
questions of this nature. In short: how will we make decisions?
When can I know that something is part of X, and who decides, by what
Multiple CVS trees and branches can be fine, as long as you have a
clear answer to this question.