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Beryl & Compiz Reunite to Form “Composite Community” April 5, 2007

Posted by Carthik in news.

Beryl and Compiz come together again. There is talk of a Compiz-Core with Compiz-Extra being where the main action will be.

– The Compiz-Extra division (what we think of as Compiz) will merge with the
Beryl project to form a new community with the temporary name of “Composite

– The codebase of the new community will consist of the best plugins,
decorators, settings tools and related applications from the Beryl and Compiz
communities. We will create a code review panel consisting of the best
developers from each community who will see that any code included in a
release package meets the highest standards and is suitable for distribution
in an officially supported package. Support for existing packages will be
continued at least until the first stable release of the new project.

Here’s the announcement from the Beryl Dev Blog

Congratulations to all involved!


1. Djavan Fagundes - April 5, 2007

Wow. This is a very good notice. The community is win with this. =P

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So how will this affect the ubuntu feisty packages by the same name? or will we have to wait months to get the changes? :S

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