Re: Etch Release Recertification
On Mon, Oct 10, 2005 at 09:09:53PM +0200, Ingo Juergensmann wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 10, 2005 at 08:52:46PM +0200, Michael Schmitz wrote:
> > > > And suddenly, m68k became the second most popular architecture for Debian
> > > > again, just like in the good old days ;-)
> > > Hehehe... yes, but unfortunately that is most likely because the archvote
> > > package was mainly announced on m68k related lists so far... ;)
> > > Sadly there's no 1000+ users m68k system out there, I think... or? ;)
> > Any of the developer-access m68k boxes ought to qualify, no? Or is that
> > considered cheating?
> Dunno... that's what I tried to find out after Andreas posted his mail on
> d-d-a, but haven't gotten a good answer. Maybe Wouter can tell more.
> I interpret that requirement as "regularly" (!= one time) users that are
> needed. Other people might say that everyone count as user who depends on
> that very machine. So, if you run a dhcpd or bind on m68k and your 1000+
> users in your LAN need to use that machine, that box would have 1000+ users.
> Either view may be valid.
> I was aiming at individuals that state "Yes, I use a m68k machine!". Anyway,
> we reached that goal... :)
Good job, Ingo!
What about the list of the port maintaines, shouldn't every m68k developer
be listed there? Can somebody do that, or do we have to do that ourselves?
I'd better get some sleep before I start messing with a wiki...