Re: europa && elara - up and healthy
On Thu, Nov 03, 2005 at 10:35:32AM -0500, Woody Suwalski wrote:
> Any idea who nowadays is in charge of ARM builds / machines / accounts?
> Are these machines still needed then?
Most urgently,arm port is missing a developer accessible machine. Basicly
it would have sarge/etch/sid chroots debian developers could log into to
debug problems in their packages.
For buildd's, I don't know, maybe a separate security buildd is needed.
In general the movement is to "two fast buildd's" instead of army of
> Please let me know how things are these days...
> Woody Suwalski
> Here was my last email from 30 Apr 2005....
> Martin Schulze wrote:
> >Woody Suwalski wrote:
> >>Elara and Europa are up - please let me know what is needed now...
> >Wow! Thanks a lot.
> >>I have installed 2 new hard disks, reimaged with current Debian ARM
> >>unstable + 2.6.11 kernel.
> >James, please say a word about this. Should europa and elara be
> >revived and put into the buildd network again?
> >>No buildd account e.t.c have been created (as I do not know what
> >>accounts / users/ passwords are needed)
> >>The root passwd is as before (please let me know who is supposed to know
> >I guess James should know.
> > Joey
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