Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting
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David Nusinow <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Sure that's good. It stops to be that good when they're obviously
>> trying hard to impose their employer's agenda on the Project.
> Sarge was already very late before Ubuntu existed. Our mirror network was
> already strained before Ubuntu existed. Our release team was struggling to get
> sarge out before Ubuntu existed. Our security team was already undermanned
> before Ubuntu existed. d-i was short on contributers and had a hard time
> releasing before Ubuntu existed.
That's very Ubuntu-centric. What about the others ? I'm not
specifically speaking of Ubuntu here. You can add Project Scud to the
list, if you'd like.
> We have only ourselves to blame for where we're at now.
At least back then we weren't trying to reduce the set of
architectures we support to match theirs.
And keeping IA64 in the loop is just another joke from the release
team. It'd be interesting to find out, but I bet more m68ks were sold
than IA64 last year.
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