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Tue, 26 Nov 2019 14:06:28 +0000
I have bits of an xdm package somewhere in my vault/archive of
"packages to send to guix once I find time to contribute again".
What makes it more complicated / time consuming with xdm is that
you need to figure out the service for it.
If you or anyone else wants to work on it, I can send a patch (external, not
Fwiw, I looked at the work OpenBSD does with their X11 patching (for more time
than I am willing to admit),
and it's not worth to extract and re-apply the meaningful patches
for one single project. I don't get why parabola is re-purposing this X11 work,
but OpenBSD work is usually written for OpenBSD with an underlying OpenBSD
system in mind. That's not to say their X11 is "useless", it's just useful
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