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On Fri, 2004-12-24 at 16:07 -0500, Gene C. wrote:
Is there a mailing list for xorg-x11 which is comperable to this list
I think this list is the right one to use, if its Fedora/RHEL related
otherwise, xorg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx might be a better bet if its an "upstream" issue
I didn't notice this message until now, so sorry for the late reply...
The best place for discussing Xorg problems is on the xorg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx mailing list Colin has refered to above.
Doing so will reach the largest number of X.Org users and developers, and thus maximize the chance of getting useful answers for problems.
Also, if you discover bugs in Xorg, the best place to report them to maximize the number of developers seeing the issue and potentially fixing it, is to report the bug into X.Org bugzilla (rather than Red Hat bugzilla), by filing a bug at:
http://bugs.freedesktop.org in the "xorg" component.
People are of course free to discuss Xorg related problems, etc. on this mailing list too, but you'll probably have better results using the general xorg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx mailing list (or xorg@xxxxxxxxxxx if the list moves soon), where you'll reach 10 to 100 times the number of people.
Hope this helps.
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