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Re: m68k not a release arch for etch; status in testing, future plans?

* Michael Schmitz (schmitz@mail.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de) [060918 14:18]:
> > It's with some regret that I have to confirm that m68k is not going to be a
> > release architecture for etch.  I don't expect that this comes as any great
> Well, I actually expected this to happen a lot sooner. When did we first
> discuss the new release criteria? Back then, I thought being mostly
> ignored for bug reports would kill the port dead within half a year.
> Thanks for proving my point, albeit belatedly so.

I doubt that has anything to do with making bug reports no longer RC.

> Future plans? Well, given the sorry state of affairs _overall_ over the
> last year (that's talking about ix86 or powerpc, not m68k) or so, I say
> I'll advocate everybody here in the lab to move on. Ubuntu looked good for
> a while at least. Debian has apparently grown too brittle now.

Eh, what are you talking about? Debian is getting way better than it
used to be, at least that's the impression I have. If you have another
opinion, please share that one with me (but that's off-topic for
debian-release as well as debian-m68k).


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