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Re: bf rewrite?



On Sun, Aug 20, 2000 at 03:40:32PM -0700, Joey Hess wrote:
> Anthony Towns wrote:
> > I'd like it if people could make woody boot-floppies, say, once a month
> > while we're developing (for all architectures expected to release). If you
> > want to also include some new features or whatever and get them tested,
> > fine, but mainly it'd be nice to have some evidence that we can still
> > build boot-floppies, and we haven't done anything to mean that the potato
> > boot-floppies are completely unusable and we *have* to start from scratch.
> Sounds reasonable. Maybe not even a huge lot of work until we add stuff
> like the 2.4 kernel to woody..

Well, even if we add the 2.4 kernel to woody, we don't *have* to
immediately switch to using it as our default, or to using it for
boot-floppies.

Cheers,
aj

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