On Saturday 04 August 2007, William L. Thomson Jr. wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-08-03 at 00:14 -0400, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> > my point though wasnt to knock ati (although it was fun), the point was
> > that i do not believe any closed source driver in our tree should ever be
> > grounds for preventing stabilization of a kernel ebuild
> Yes, I don't like that it's closed source either. But closed or open
> source. It seems odd to have packages in our stable tree that don't work
> with each other? Doesn't that kinda go against the point of our stable
> tree?

then dont stabilize the closed source packages, problem solved

> I personally don't use genkernel, but I believe those updating their
> systems via emerge world, and then running genkernel later against the
> new kernel. Will likely have it fail, and then report bugs against our
> stable tree.

boy thats sure a pickle when we cant do s**t about it (maybe *this* time we 
can fix it, but that is not always the case)

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