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Re: nwutil status

Adam C Powell IV wrote:
On Thu, 2005-11-17 at 17:29 -0500, Ralph Siemsen wrote:
Adam C Powell IV wrote:

Oh no, that's not good!  I guess the "less than a hundred users" doesn't
take into account that there are only nine arm users registered with
popcon at all (why's that? there are more than nine of us on this
list... then again, it was six until a couple of weeks ago), and a
subset of those are Netwinders running nwutil.
You'd think they would make it a percentage of total users ;)


Great!  Organization is pretty simple.  I'd be happy to provide a patch
for any of my bugs as needed.
Can somebody point me to the list of supposed bugs against nwutil? How many are real bugs and how many are packaging issues?

Most are of the form "needs updating", and all but one have patches; the
one without it is wishlist, "Please add logoread/logowrite".

I'd hate to see this package vanish, those of us with Netwinders count
on it.
Well, there will always be the RPM package on netwinder.org which you can install via alien :)

Yeah, but that's no fun. :-)


I have today created nwutil-1.5 package with all the patches, wish lists, updates and bug fixes + mine own fixes and additions.

Now how to upload it to the repository????

Who may be able to accept anything if Phil and James are on the quiet side???

Basically: is the Debian ARM section still administered by somebody or just a museum?


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