Hi Ryan, Ryan Leavengood wrote:
I suspected that Axel and most of the developers were very busy; nevertheless, I did not want this driver languishing for several months. Anyway, if you have any questions or need some information about the driver, feel free to contact me directly via my email address.Hi Gerald, On 6/15/07, Gerald Zajac <zajacg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:It has been over 3 weeks since I sent the source files for the S3 Savage video driver to this mailing list, and at this point I have received nothing indicating that someone is planning to put them into the source repository nor have I seen any changes to the S3Savage source files in the repository.Sorry for the delay, I don't think anything was meant by it. I suspect Axel has been too busy or forgot to add it. Drivers aren't exactly my forte, but if nothing happens over the weekend I'll add this to the repository myself.
Does this project have any interest in this driver? I am well aware that the Savage video chips are not "state of the art"; however, there are people that have computers with these chips. [...]I think all drivers are good, and personally feel Haiku will find great use on older computers, on which these chips may be more common.
Since the developers on this project are very busy, I do not take the silence as a negative reaction, but because they are busy, I decided that I would have to build a fire to get some action towards adding the driver to the repository.So please don't take the silence as anything negative towards your driver :)
Thanks for offering to add the driver to the repository. I hope that it is not a difficult time consuming process for you to add it.