On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, Alan Coopersmith wrote: > Thomas Dickey wrote: > > On Tue, 13 Jan 2004, Ruth A. Kramer wrote: > > > >>Here's what it says at www.xfree86.org: > >>The XFree86 core team has voted to disband itself, effective 31 December > >>2003. The XFree86 Project and its active cutting-edge developers are all > >>still very much alive and residing in our development forum. Comments > >>about this can be made there; registration is not necessary. > > > > The last I looked, no one had made any comments there. Has anyone tried? > > There were one or two that came through on the forum list after the original > very confusing announcement was reported on Slashdot and other Linux news/blog > sites. The revised announcement on the web page now is much better than the > original one which gave no clue what this meant and almost implied the whole > project was shutting down. It still doesn't really say what this means, just > that it doesn't mean what everyone assumed it meant.
I think it doesn't really mean anything at all, so it's hard to say much about it. The core team was basically an honor role, which outsiders assumed was a kabal of some sort despite the core and bod repeatedly explaining that it wasn't. Now it's gone, so people will have to find something else to complain about. Mark. _______________________________________________ Devel mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://XFree86.Org/mailman/listinfo/devel