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Lenny release plans

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I figure since lenny is now frozen, its time to talk about our plans
for a lenny-m68k release. Talking with Stephen, the current plan of
attack is something as follows:

1. Install dak on a machine on nemesisnetworks (sorta done, still
needs some configuration).
2. Import GPG keys of anyone who should have upload rights. (we can
limit this to 68k buildd admins, or just dump the entire debian
keyring here)
3. Import the unstable snapshot from the day of the lenny freeze into dak
4. Create a wanna-build tracking lenny-purposed-updates, and
lenny-security (I have scripts that do this already)
5. Find voluteers to run autobuilders for both branches (we will
likely also have a temporary tree lenny-transition or something
handling the changes from the unstable snapshot until now).
6. Setup packages.nemesisnetworks.com again
7. Find people who can mirror off my server
8. Rebuild d-i with our mirrors list.
9. Select archive admins to handle managing the NEW queue, especially
w.r.t to m68k specific patches to lenny.
10. Maybe offer the same services to other ports that are not
releasing with lenny since the infrastructure will already be in

Any thoughts, suggests, voluteers to run buildds, mirrors, etc.?

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