Re: Towards D-I Stretch Alpha 4
On Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 08:38:32PM +0200, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
>Steve McIntyre <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2015-10-08):
>> On Thu, Oct 08, 2015 at 05:14:17AM +0200, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
>> > I've just pushed a patch in D-I bumping the linux kernel ABI for the
>> > latest linux migration to testing, and therefore pondering when to
>> > schedule a release. I'm thinking somewhen before the end of October
>> > would be nice, if feasible on the debian-cd side.
>> Works for me...
>Great! I'll try and shape things up until the end of this week. I'll
>reinstate a block for all udebs after tonight's britney run, and I'll
>be running some more checks before a possible upload in a few days.
>> > I don't think I've seen many changes lately, except for those planned
>> > on the CD side (thanks for the detailed announce!), so I'm currently
>> > not anticipating bad surprises (but I'm probably lacking imagination
>> > or wisdom).
>> OK. I would like to disable the CD set builds properly again - I'm
>> just about to commit that change again now. OK?
>The highlighted part above was meant to be an ACK for the change, but I
>agree I should have made that more explicit. To recap quickly: my main
>objection last time was the lack of prior notice (visible to outside the
>huge yet limited DC'15 crowd); now that it's been announced on lists and
>discussed a bit, and that the feedback loop has been quiet for a while,
>I'm fine with moving things ahead (even if I suspect we might hear some
>more about users once the change has actually happened ;)).
>> After the DC15 discussion and follow-up on the list I think I'll leave
>> *one* CD1 option around, XFCE.
>I've already checked with Steve that the plan looks like this:
> - getting netinst on i386/amd64 would still install Gnome;
> - but CD#1 would be specifically marked as CD1-xfce in some manner
> (through the filename), and would default to Xfce instead.
Correct. This week's weekly looked like that already.
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. email@example.com
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