2009/12/11 Roland Mas <lolando@xxxxxxxxxx>: > That's about exactly what I already do with my "midstream" branch. It > currently mostly includes the autotools conversion, the removal of a > non-free RFC, and the removal of the custom libusb stuff (as well as > patches taken from Graeme when a bugfix is published on this list > between releases). I haven't touched the udev or policykit stuff yet, > but I think it would be a good place for them too. Yup, I think I would be more militant than you if the decision were mine; for instance, does anything other than argyll tools use jncf? Because if that is removed, you can remove yajl which is thousands of lines of code less to ship. Is there anyway you could push your tree onto github (even if with no version history) so I could fork what you've done and we can share code? My bzr is bad, and I find it too difficult to use. Using github would allow other distros (Mandriva?) to join the effort and just fork what we've done and contribute back patches. Richard.