When last requesting a dak copy-installer (to get the installer-$arch files copied from unstable to testing), I've been thinking about (and right after that poked about) getting rid of old d-i images. Right now, unstable has the following versions: 20150422 20150718 20150813 20150828 20150911 20151023 20160101 20160106 20160516 20160516+b1 20160630 20161027 jessie has: 20150422 20150422+deb8u4+b1 Also, cdimage has a bunch of d-i releases, which are a subset of the versions listed above (see http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/): stretch_di_alpha1 stretch_di_alpha2 stretch_di_alpha3 stretch_di_alpha4 stretch_di_alpha5 stretch_di_alpha6 stretch_di_alpha7 so I think it's fair to suggest getting rid of all least all 2015* versions. The first one was for jessie anyway (and it's not even current anymore due to uploads from the jessie branch, and later binNMU). Does anyone see any objections to dropping everything from 2015, and possibly 201601*? What use cases would need keeping them around? It's been almost a year already, not sure we could be missing stuff that can't be found in the stretch_di_alphaN images anyway. As far as testing is concerned, being in sync with unstable should do the trick. Feedback welcome; please cc me. KiBi.
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