[Dev] The Theova Question

Andreas Grapentin andreas at grapentin.org
Mon Nov 25 12:10:59 GMT 2019

If you don't trust your machine to build release packages, that's fine.
It quite clearly doesn't prohibit you from contributing like you have
already been doing, by providing patches and updates, which are then
built on other machines.

The change would just mean you provide these patches in a more official
position as a member of the team, and we can mark your contributions as
such by having you be the one to commit them to the repository, and/or
signing off the commits.


On Mon, Nov 25, 2019 at 11:55:11AM +0000, grizzlyuser wrote:
> On Saturday, November 23, 2019 7:04 PM, bill-auger
> <bill-auger at peers.community> wrote:
> > i had the same thought recently too - grizzlyuser has also been
> > very helpful
> It's very pleasant to see myself mentioned in this thread! Seing
> dedication of Parabola hackers to the project inspired me to do
> my small contributions. I'd be happy to be more involved.
> However I'm not sure if it'd be appropriate for me to package
> anything, because my laptop contains Intel Management Engine.
> It's not clear if there's any practical need for IME to mess
> with built binaries / packages. Although manufacturer (Dell)
> claims ME is disabled in my configuration, intelmetool utility
> says otherwise, and I haven't yet taken the risk of bricking my
> only computer by using me_cleaner to neutralize IME.
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