See the Summary.
A contribution of a man page would be gladly accepted.
There is extensive documentation in:
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xsri man page
What has to happen so that the man page I attached in Comment #2 makes
it into the next release of xsri? If it's something that can be
delegated, I'm willing to do it.
Well, if there *is* a next release of xsri, this bug should be
sufficient. However, doing anything to xsri is pretty low priority
at the moment since it's not used in the normal Red Hat or
Fedora desktop configurations.
I think moving the maintainence of xsri external makes a lot
of sense if there is a volunteer to do it. Though the infrastructure
isn't quite there yet to move packages to fedora-extras.
We have the infrastructure in place now if it needs to be moved over into extras
This may seem odd... but does anyone even still know where the xsri
CVS repository is located in Red Hat? When internal software transfers
from one developer to another, rarely does that sort of information
seem to transmit.
This is a good argument for using external CVS repositories for projects
instead of developing them in house behind closed doors. Places like
sourceforge, gnu savawhatever, or freedesktop.org where everyone can
I've looked internally and xsri seems to have vanished from any one
of the bazillion internal CVS servers. If I can find it, I think I
might tarball up the master repo, and have it moved to freedesktop.org
so that the community can actually take it over if someone is interested.
It is just rotting sitting here. ;)
Any luck with that?
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