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Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting

On Mon, Mar 14, 2005 at 04:44:27PM +0100, David Schmitt wrote:
> On Monday 14 March 2005 14:29, Sven Luther wrote:
> > Obviously the aim is to have the tier 2 
> > arches dropped from the main ftp-servers of debian (do we still run some of
> > those on sun-donated sparc machines though ?), and going into alternate
> > solutions like the amd64 move on alioth or whatever, which i think is a
> > broken concept.
> In my reading of the proposal, not-tier-1 arches will receive appropriate 
> space and resources off the main mirror network if they can demonstrate 
> viability (working buildd, basic unix functionality, compiled 50%, 5 
> developers, 50 users) and DFSG-ness (freely usable, unmodified Debian 
> source). As far as I can see all current official Debian arches fulfill these 
> criteria. For the in-development arches like k*bsd with a handful of 
> developers and a extremly small userbase other solutions are already used.

no more testing, no more stable release, that is dropping in my book.


Sven Luther

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