[Roland Mas <email@example.com>] Re: debian-installer status -- 2002-10-14
I guess this is yours and not our court. :)
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- Subject: Re: debian-installer status -- 2002-10-14
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- Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 17:43:09 +0100
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Tollef Fog Heen (2002-10-14 16:52:28 +0200) :
> The debian-cd team has been busy with integrating d-i into their
> build scripts, and things are forming up. We actually have bootable
> (but not installable) CD images. Great work by the CD team.
> So what happens next?
> - CD images need to be tested, the bugs fixed and we should be able
> to do more thorough testing of sarge
> As always, help, ideas and comments are appreciated.
Here's an idea (maybe a bit late, but I just ran into the problem
today): since the snapshot Sarge CDs are made available through Jigdo
(which is a great idea), and since they are meant to have as large an
audience as possible, would you make the appropriate files (*.jigdo
and *.template) available through anonymous rsync? I had to wget -r
to get them, and that gives me lots of unneeded files (HTML stuff
mostly). And it's hard to keep up-to-date.
PS: Please honor the M-C-T header, either through your MUA of by hand.
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Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
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