Re: status of Progeny projects
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 03:24:55PM +0000, Scott James Remnant wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 14:36, Martin Schulze wrote:
> > If the debian-installer would have been developed further, this would
> > not be a problem at all. However, Debian is struggling with the
> > debian-installer for several years now and it still is quite away from
> > being a usable installer for all stable architectures.
> > Since the new installer is not ready yet, the old installer hasn't been
> > worked on for a while so is probably not usable *anymore* another
> > installation system that is not (yet?) considered as the new installer
> > can only distract people from the debian-installer, hence delaying it
> > even more.
> Ah, I apologise ... your problem is that not working on d-i will delay
> the release of sarge, because it needs a new installer?
> In that case, the solution is simple. Add Progeny's work to the list of
> installation systems being considered for sarge. From Ian's mail it
> sounds like they've got it in pretty good shape already.
Only for i386 and AFAIK sarge will be released for a few more archs
so this plan is not good at all.
23.12.2003, Saal Norhausen Lev. Rheindorf