debian-testing to provide help
I just subscribed a few seconds ago after seeing your progress on the
list archives. I must say, things are looking good. I run the day to day
stuff on debian-testing. We've had lots of success with testing the
boot-floppies in the past. If there is anyway we can help, I'll do my
best to mobilize the group. I'd be interested in getting a quick summary
of the following questions if anyone has the time:
1) How is the progress on burning a bootable cd going? I saw a few
success stories in the archives for i386 and other platforms. (BTW: I'm
glad to see such a platform independent group here.)
2) Has anyone looked into the multi-cd stuff and verified that it will
work with the cd's you are making?
3) How far are you from having the slink-cd program setup for a tester
(with the drive space and cd burner) to give it a try?
I'd like to see the testing group get more involved with the other parts
of a release, and this seems to be the best next step right now.
Keep up the good work everyone and happy holidays,
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