Re: Debian on non-Linux systems
>> "Bud P. Bruegger" <email@example.com> writes:
> How politically incorrect would it be to do this on my machine (no
> burocracy, fast, etc.) and subscribe all lists for cross posting?
> I can realte to this since all I have inhouse is Debian/intel.
> However, this said I believe that pulling in the extensive
> experience of the infrastructures people will be help us a great
> deal (now on firstname.lastname@example.org). So cutting them out
> would be a petty.
*What* is this infrastructures list? I have read the archive, but I
don't understand what it is about...
> I doubt that many would subscribe to debian-beowulf--they are very
> busy people (Steve Traugott who manages Netscape Communications
> mentioned that his inbox has 4000 unread messages...).
This I don't understand. debian-beowulf is low volume. I'd pressume
infrastructures is not, since so many overworked people subscribe it.
So what you are proposing is to subscribe all the d-b subscribers to a
not-so-low volume list, whitout their consent?
> Our Alessandro will try to wrap dpkg and possibly apt to install to
> the global shared filesystem structure that I mentiond and possibly
> play with Slink to see that you can run things this way. I believe
> the more brains will work on this, the cleaner, more eligant, and
> more usable this will become...
Sounds about right.