While there is currently little work going on in the way of concerted development efforts towards X.Org 7.5
/ X Server 1.7
, a point update to X Server 1.6
has been released.
While Intel had wanted to release X Server 1.6.0 by the end of 2008
, its release did not end up happening until late February
when it brought DRI2
, RandR 1.3
, and numerous other features. This afternoon though, Red Hat's Adam Jackson has released X Server 1.6.1, which packs a couple of bug-fixes atop the X Server 1.6.0 code-base.
X Server 1.6.1 has a few fixes for SELinux usage, RandR, GLX, X Input, XKB, and Xext. In total there are 15 changes for X Server 1.6.1.
The release announcement concerning X Server 1.6.1 can be read on the X.Org mailing list