Ah this already sounds a lot better. Was really kinda worried when I read that everything was put on hold.
So as far as I can now understand from the notes of the devel meeting is that Bulletproof-X and the GUI xorg.conf configurator are implemented, but that no decision has been made yet if X.org 7.3 is included completly, partially or not at all.
Too bad Kubuntu won't get bulletproof-x anyway, though. :(
It's true though that displayconfig-gtk might not make kubuntu, due to, err, the gtk dependency. I'd expect a qt version soon (although gutsy +1 is the most likely candidate).
The developers were going to have it boot into a failsafe X session and load displayconfig-gtk (this is still the plan for Ubuntu as far as I know) but a technical limitation in KDM prevents that. But you're right, it will still do the above thing and work ok with a missing or damaged xorg.conf. But that's only part of bulletproof-x, I believe.Quote:
Why? X11 is waaay lower level than any desktop environment.
I've been hearing reports of people without xorg.conf files. Are you folks kidding? How well is it working with the proprietary nVidia or ATi drivers?
We better see it backported :P
I guess I would rather have it stable then end up making a gigantic mess, imagine what that would do for Ubuntu reputation.