Re: nonus & Alpha
On Tue 22 Dec 1998, John Goerzen wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 22, 1998 at 09:02:04AM -0500, Christopher C Chimelis wrote:
> > On Mon, 21 Dec 1998, John Goerzen wrote:
> > 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.)
If Chris is doing the building on alpha.debian.nl, he should be safe...
After all, he's not exporting anything, the stuff is in Europe all the
> > > 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.
A quick fix would be to run the script multiple time, each time against
each separate subset (main, contrib, non-free, non-us). Any objections?
Changing the script to handle the separate subsets in one go will be a
pain. Of course, the output of the different runs could be merged into
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