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Re: nonus & Alpha

On Tue, Dec 22, 1998 at 09:02:04AM -0500, Christopher C Chimelis wrote:

> On Mon, 21 Dec 1998, John Goerzen wrote:
> > 1. There is no binary-alpha in potato
> I noticed this the other day and started compiling stuff in nonus for us
> (stuff that WAS there, but is lost in space now).  I then noticed that
> Incoming on nonus is read-only (does this make sense?)....so now I can't
> even upload the six or seven packages that I've finished so far.

Well, I note that your domain indicates you're in the US, so you probably
shouldn't upload stuff to non-US.  What we really need is a developer
outside the US.  (This is why I am helpless to upload stuff there as well.)

> > 3. slink/binary-alpha in non-us lacks a lot of packages that are on
> >    slink/binary-i386!
> Very true.  Does anyone know who's taking care of nonus now?
> > I think that our diff ought to check non-US too.
> Agreed.  It should also check contrib and non-free since we have NO idea

Hmm!  I hadn't realized it doesn't.  Definately, I agree with you there.

> what's been done there yet. I was tempted to run quinn-diff on those dirs
> just to find out, but haven't had the time yet (too busy with binutils
> recently).
> C

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