Re: General Resolution: Force AMD64 into Sarge
On 2004-07-23 martin f krafft <email@example.com> wrote:
> also sprach Grzegorz B. Prokopski <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2004.07.23.0319 +0200]:
> > I don't have the URL at hand but some people expressed exactly the
> > same hopes just before Woody release. I wasn't around (yet) when
> > when potato was being released but I guess it might have been
> > similarly.
> Sure. But for Sarge, we did have the goal of a new installer and
> that took a long time. Right now, I don't seem to recall any equally
> big release goals for sarge+1
The obvious big blocker is the non-free "data|doc" issue. *Personally*
I do not *think* we currently have a consensus in Debian about this,
*IMHO* we have just agreed to delay the problem post-sarge.
And technical stuff is easy to come up with, too:
* gcc-3.4 (or even 3.5) as default compiler. Requires another C++
transition, and we will find lots of bugs in compiler and packages.
* transition from XFree86 to Xorg.
* 2.6 as default kernel.
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