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Re: Collaboration from ubuntuBSD project


On 21/03/2016 1:03 AM, Steven Chamberlain wrote:
> Andrew McGlashan wrote:
>> The other part of the problem is that Debian/KfreeBSD is no longer an
>> officially supported version of Debian; unofficially it has support, but
>> not officially.
> Debian's release team isn't responsible for jessie-kfreebsd, but we seem
> to have all the other support we need:  DSA looks after our buildds.
> The FTP masters continue to host us on the Debian mirrors network.  The
> security team hosts a jessie-kfreebsd suite, which imports patches from
> official jessie.  Patches for kernel bugs continue to come from upstream.
>> That is, there is no current "stable" release of Debian/KfreeBSD...., it
>> is not a production release.
> Support for wheezy (oldstable) doesn't end until late next month.  And
> before then, I hope there'll be an announcement about jessie-kfreebsd,
> which will be the stable-kfreebsd release:
> https://lists.debian.org/debian-bsd/2016/03/msg00084.html

So, we are expecting full mainstream support soon then?  If so, that is
tremendously great news indeed!


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