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Re: Status of 'sarge' for the amd64 architecture

On Sun, Apr 24, 2005 at 12:24:44AM +0200, Andreas Barth wrote:
> * Josselin Mouette (joss@debian.org) [050424 00:15]:
> > Le samedi 23 avril 2005 à 13:20 -0700, Steve Langasek a écrit :
> > > We are already running into size constraints (on an ongoing basis) with our
> > > mirrors due to the size of the archive.
> > Given that - if I believe the security team [1] - we are not able to
> > provide security updates for arm, even in woody, is there any point in
> > including it in sarge when we could include an architecture with working
> > autobuilders just in place?
> Beyond the fact that it is too late to add another architecture for
> sarge, removing arm from sarge does not make the mirror pulses much

AFAIK, a freeze date for sarge isn't even announed. Is there any planned 
date, or will there be a "freeze starts tommorow" surprise a few weeks 
or months from now?

> smaller - and AFAIK the size of the mirror pulses is the main problem.

You signed the announcement that the Debian archive would have to be 
splitted, but even you don't know what exactly the problem is you 
support the solution for???

> Cheers,
> Andi



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