Hi Christian,

I notice that you and Serge Hallyn are members of the “Ubuntu
Virtualisation” team.  See https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-virt/+members

I'm curious.  Is the “Ubuntu Virtualisation” team still active on
launchpad?

As you point out, diverging from Debian in the official repositories
probably isn't a good idea.  But would the “Ubuntu Virtualisation” team
consider maintaining a semi-official "qemu-testing" ppa from which
recently released versions of QEMU could be installed?  Ideally, the ppa
would offer a version of QEMU that includes support for VirtIO GPU 3D
(Virgil) and as well as other recent QEMU features, such as the user-
space bits for Intel vGPU acceleration support, etc.

Honestly, I'm not quite sure what I mean by "semi-official 'qemu-
testing' ppa" as requested above.   But I'm thinking maybe something
similar to "ppa:graphics-drivers" that, although "currently in testing"
according to the maintainers, is a fairly reliable source of drivers
that aren’t found in the official Ubuntu repositories.

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