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WNPP and xtrs

I need some advice.

I've been listed in the WNPP for doing xtrs for a couple of months.  However,
I am squeamish about upgrading to hamm, therefore I haven't packaged it.

(The main reason I'm squeamish is because I don't look with anything but
dismay at the thought of hauling all of that across a 33.6 modem link.)

Does someone have a guinea-pig hamm machine for development purposes that I
could use to try to get this out the door?  I want to take a shot at this
before there's a freeze on hamm.

Also, since this has been a point of some contention in the past, would it
be considered a waste of my time to attempt to package it with libc5 for
bo-unstable?  Should I just get my feet wet with libc6 instead?

I guess I should subscribe to debian-mentors as well...

I do apologize for the slowness in doing this (though in all honesty there
probably isn't anyone waiting for xtrs with bated breath), but I'm
apprehensive about screwing things up.

G. Branden Robinson                 |  I must despise the world which does not
Purdue University                   |  know that music is a higher revelation
branden@purdue.edu                  |  than all wisdom and philosophy.
http://www.ecn.purdue.edu/~branden/ |  -- Ludwig van Beethoven

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