Details of things to do
XPSF is my attempt at replacing the PSF file-format, which has several annoying limitations. XPSF is designed to be easily extensible, and will allow, amongst other features, to store fonts with a width different from 8 pixels, and store several related fonts in the same file (as does the CP format).
XPSF is currently in the final design stages. I'd like to cleanup the design document before starting implementation.
kbd 1.00 adds support for a version 2 of the PSF format. This format, supporting fonts of arbitrary width, makes less critical the need for XPSF, so this item is delayed in favor of more useful features.
Loadkeys would be more useful if it could take its input from the Xkb files (in /usr/lib/X11/xkb/). Xkb is the X Keyboard Extension, and defines keyboards in a very modular way.
This would remove the need for a lot of duplicated work on keymaps.
New kernels provide a
Better pagesA nice home site would be, well... nice ;)
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