Re: GCC 4.1 now the default GCC version for etch
Stephen Gran <email@example.com> writes:
> This one time, at band camp, Thomas Bushnell BSG said:
>> Actually, since the very same person sent the GCC 4.1 announcement,
>> and is the maintainer of python-defaults...
>> Since the python team have decided to leave the rest of us in the
>> dark, all I can do is guess that the job of upgrading python is
>> impossibly difficult, and the people involved are embarassed at that
> I don't remember seeing any posts from you about the progress of the
> transition testing. Have you gotten very far with it? How much of the
> python using archive have you rebuilt and/or tested? I am sure python
> people and the general devel readers would be interested in the results
> of your efforts.
I have asked for the status; I have been told nothing. I'm not making
any insistence about when the work is done or on what schedule; I have
been extremely annoyed that the maintainer has time for everything
else but no time to write a two-line answer to a simple question.
I'm doing lots of work of my own towards Debian release, but then,
when my work is stymied because other developers can't even write two
lines and say "this is the status..." something bad is happening.