xserver release tracker bugs

Dave Airlie airlied at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 14:59:12 PST 2013

> We've never been good about fixing all the bugs on the release tracker,
> but it appears we've gotten out of the habit of even just reviewing the
> bugs and moving them forward to the next release when we're done, as
> most open bugs are still stuck under the 1.12 & 1.13 trackers:
> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=xserver-1.14&hide_resolved=1
> Let´s have a look at one of those bugs:
> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58174
> Problem: Terminating the xorg server leaves screen, keyboard and mouse
> blocked.
> Reported to freedesktop.org bugzilla, 2012-12-12 06:54:44 UTC
> Reported to redhat bugzilla,2013-01-01 19:57:52 EST
> Fixed by Dave Airlie, posted on xorg-devel Tue Jan 8 19:14:55 PST 2013
> Reviewed by Peter Hutterer, posted on xorg-devel Jan 10 15:02:37 PST 2013
> Tested by  Guido on redhat bugzilla, 2013-01-10 12:34:02 EST
> Tested by me, posted on xorg-devel Sat Jan 12 02:22:13 PST 2013
> So there is a serious problem with a known, reviewed and tested fix that
> is totally ignored for more than six weeks.
> BTW: I really wonder how many people regularly run/test xorg master ...
Yeah I even included it in a pull request that was ignored for ages,
and when some
bits got applied the rest is still being ignored.

At this point I'd like to suggest something is broken and we go back
to the mesa style
system for master, where anyone can commit once we have an R-b from the list

All in favour say aye?


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