Op zo 19-10-2003, om 15:25 schreef Matthias Urlichs: [...] > For example, we > could block a package from building when two other autobuilders have > reported a failure on it. That would have the added benefit to place > somewhat less load on already-overworked architectures like m68k. Please, no. Our autobuilder architecture is only half-automated for a reason. I won't trust any computer to *reliably* decide whether a build failed because of a transitional problem (unresolved build-depends, network problems, ...), because it shouldn't be built ("architecture" header in debian/control), because of architecture-specific problems (toolchain), or because there was a bug in the package. Your suggestion would only be The Right Thing in the last case... (no particular objection to the rest of your mail, though) -- Wouter Verhelst Debian GNU/Linux -- http://www.debian.org Nederlandstalige Linux-documentatie -- http://nl.linux.org If you're running Microsoft Windows, either scan your computer on viruses, or stop wasting my bandwith and remove me from your addressbook. *now*.
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