Re: First pass all buildds before entering unstable
"Noah L. Meyerhans" <email@example.com> writes:
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2003 at 02:14:23PM +0100, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> > You are ignoring all the packages that don't build and never have been
> > build for some architecture. Mainly that happens if some
> > build-depends, like the compiler needed, wasn't yet ported.
> If an architecture is that far from being able to build a package, we
> should probably seriously reconsider supporting it in unstable. There
> needs to be some baseline measurement that an architecture needs to
> reach before we can consider it a part of the distribution. Similarly,
> there needs to be some baseline measurement that a package revision
> needs to meet before it can be accepted into unstable (which is, after
> all, the version of Debian that all developers are building their
> packages). The proposal here provides such a baseline.
Yes, lets do that. Lets drop i386 since it has no foobarf compiler
thats only available for m68k.
What you suppose would kill all architectures in unstable. (Well,
killing one could remove the offending package for another arch so some