Re: Request for better GnuMach/Hurd Information
>>>>> James Taylor writes:
JT> I don't think packaging the gnu-0.2 release is at all worth
JT> packaging. However I don't think that is our aim. I thought it
JT> was clear that we will work with more recent snapshots which Gord
JT> will make available (am I missinterpreting your prior statements
JT> to this effect?).
I'm not the one making them available, I'm simply petitioning the
people with access to make regular (i.e. daily or weekly) snapshots.
I myself do not have access to the latest Hurd sources, because I
don't have the time to deal with AFS.
If anybody wants to help in this process, I think Brent's approach is
the right one: make your intentions known to firstname.lastname@example.org, and
something should happen.
Unfortunately, I'm not in a position to do the work myself.
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