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The abrupt merging of Nouveau

The abrupt merging of Nouveau

Posted Dec 15, 2009 21:25 UTC (Tue) by ajb (subscriber, #9694)
Parent article: The abrupt merging of Nouveau

'many of us had been thought' ? :-)

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Typo fixed

Posted Dec 15, 2009 21:28 UTC (Tue) by corbet (editor, #1) [Link]


Next time please just send us an email at That helps to keep the comment tree cleaner and more interesting.

Typo fixed

Posted Dec 15, 2009 23:01 UTC (Tue) by chrish (subscriber, #351) [Link]

Maybe adding something ("Please send typos directory to") to that effect in the message at the top of the "Comment editor" instead of posting it after typos submitted in comments would be a good idea... It'd probably be more effective.

Just a suggestion.

Typo fixed

Posted Dec 15, 2009 23:09 UTC (Tue) by corbet (editor, #1) [Link]

It's not the first time that's been suggested. It's a good idea, it's just a matter of doing it. Even better would be a "report typo" or "send to the editors" button. One of these days...

Typo fixed

Posted Dec 16, 2009 16:53 UTC (Wed) by Trelane (subscriber, #56877) [Link]

One of these days, pow, right to the moon? :) And we'll have a pony tree in every pot?

Typos as comments

Posted Dec 20, 2009 3:44 UTC (Sun) by giraffedata (subscriber, #1954) [Link]

I set out to post (as I have before) that I don't understand how adding a line of instruction to the comment editor page could be so hard that it's even worth talking about (as opposed to doing) for three years.

But here in the comment editor I see the line is now there!

Typo fixed

Posted Dec 31, 2009 13:45 UTC (Thu) by speculatrix (guest, #62766) [Link]

are you simply waiting for someone to merge the "submit typo" patches upstream, and if so is it merely an excuse


Typo fixed

Posted Dec 17, 2009 4:23 UTC (Thu) by daniels (subscriber, #16193) [Link]

'Please send typos directory to'? Oh, the irony. :)

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