Re: [SSI-devel] development direction...
I'm Cc:-ing debian-devel
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The question is whether there are any processes within the Debian project that
could eliminate the obstacles Aneesh pointed out to us.
(I'm not subscribed to debian-devel, please Cc: me)
Idézés Aneesh Kumar KV <email@example.com>:
> Watson, Brian J. (HP) wrote:
> >Csan wrote:
> >>Just curious... have you considered migrating to the Debian Project as
> >a base?
> >Aneesh Kumar has historically maintained Debian support for openSSI.
> >Unfortunately, he hasn't had much time recently, so it's fallen a bit
> >Mario Carvalho has volunteered to help pick up some of the slack. I
> >think he's more interested in built-from-scratch vanilla distros, which
> > may not be dramatically different from Debian. He's probably waiting
> >for me to respond to some of his e-mails before moving forward on this.
> >If anyone else would like to contribute to Debian support, I'm sure
> >Aneesh and Mario would appreciate it.
> Debian is lacking the below features
> 1) Phase 2 of clusterwide run level support
> 2) Latest openssi patches with vanilla tree ( probably not important for
> x86 user ), because some of the command now depends on the latest
> features in the kernel.
> In case anybody need any help in understanding how things work now feel
> free to ask me.
> ph: 603-884-5742
Csan alias Janos Holanyi
Debian Group leader - Association of Hungarian Linux Users
URL: http://debian.linux.hu/ Email: csani AT lme.linux.hu
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