Re: Freeze Please?
On Fri, Feb 07, 2003 at 12:32:16PM +0100, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> Le ven 07/02/2003 \340 11:52, Marco d'Itri a \351crit :
> > There another obvious solution: if an architecture has not enough
> > developers to care for its packages then it should be removed from
> > testing so it will not stop progress on the architectures which
> > actually
> > matter to users.
> > If the situation will get better later they can be added again.
> I second that proposition. Keeping m68k in a releasable state is
> becoming more and more a hassle, and it could be even worse for stable
> than it is for testing: imagine some security fix needs a rebuilt that
> takes a week, will we have to wait for a week to get the DSA ?
Probably stating the obvious, but - if all m68k machines are that slow
for building debian, has anybody looked at cross-compiling as a viable
alternative? Or are packages generally not cross-compile proof?
If that's the case, wouldn't it still be worth the effort for the truly
big ones such as GCC, X and Glibc?
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