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Re: seeking d-i build system

me to, I have a netwinder doing postgresql daily builds but just sits 22 hours a day doing nothing.  What does it take 
to become a "debian developer"


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From: Peter Teichmann <lists@peter-teichmann.de>
To: debian-arm@lists.debian.org
Cc: Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org>
Sent: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 22:49:47 +0100
Subject: Re: seeking d-i build system

> Am Mittwoch, 16. Februar 2005 19:24 schrieb Joey Hess:
> > [ Please CC replie to me. ]
> >
> > I'm looking for a volenteer to do daily debian-installer image builds on
> > the arm. You need to be a debian developer and the build will probably
> > use 1+ hours of cpu per day.
> >
> > This was previously handled by Vincent Sanders, but his builds[1] have been
> > down since October. Without daily arm builds, we have no current arm
> > images to point users to.
> How is this meant? Is there a need for a machine to do this job? If it is 
> that, and the job can run more or less automatically, maybe I can help, 
> though I am not a debian developer. But I have a ARM based router (more 
> precisely based on a Simtec Bast) at home, which runs Debian testing and 
> currently spends its spare CPU time (around 99%) to distributed.net. It could 
> also do something more useful, provided it does not cause too much network 
> traffic (say max. 1GB per month).
> Peter Teichmann
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