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  • #31
    Originally posted by shirish View Post
    Thanx for that. I didn't look at the git log but was looking around in github to see if Mesa had issued a pull request there or something.
    Note that mesa isn't hosted at github, but freedesktop.org (so what you saw was most likely a mirror).

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    • #32
      http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa

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      • #33
        Originally posted by shirish View Post
        Also saw the wiki page which was last updated 6 days ago. https://github.com/tarceri/mesa-debu...aphics-Library . Seems you're still pursuing a bit of the TODO which is left.
        Well there is just enabling the ES extension which is just a small update I would think. I just havent had time to look at how to do it yet. And the documentation is going to be a bit of an ongoing thing I guess. I would really like to get feedback on whether what I have done so far is at all useful or understandable but so far no one has made any comments on it. See this mailing list archive for the latest document: http://lists.itsqueeze.com/listinfo....-itsqueeze.com

        Originally posted by shirish View Post
        While didn't donate, once I know how your work was appreciated by mesa (or not) would share the same in some dev. circles in india. At the very least people would know that they can make a bit of money and people are interested in seeing mesa improve.
        I have written a blog post on my website about the outcomes of the campaign and the outcomes of the survey I ran polling interest in further campaigns you might like to point to that: http://www.itsqueeze.com/2013/09/fun...crowd-funding/

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        • #34
          Is great to see my campaign has encouraged other FOSS devs to give it a try: http://girinstud.io/news/2013/09/cro...nting-in-gimp/

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          • #35
            For those interested I've been brain storming and have come up with a couple of alternative ways to help support my independent Mesa/piglit work without requiring you to spend any extra money. See my blog post for more information if you are interested: http://www.itsqueeze.com/2013/12/ind...funding-model/

            Please excuse my double post but there are multiple threads on this topic scattered throughout Phoronix so I thought I'd at least post in the main two.

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