On Friday 15 February 2008, Bastian Blank wrote: > The kernel team made it possible for a long time to build the udebs from > the binary linux images. This was done be providing the possibility to > go back to every released revision with the linux-patch-debian package. > Because this needs a lot of time to get it correctly I intend to drop > this as requirement. This will destroy the possibility to use linux-2.6 > as legal source for the udebs for more than the exact version. Before I replay to the proposal and the various options, I have two questions: 1) Exactly what problem or problems is this proposal solving? 2) How would the new situation be better than the current situation for Debian as a whole? Cheers, FJP
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