Re: Status of 'sarge' for the amd64 architecture
Martin Waitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> hoi :)
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 05:22:53PM +0200, Andreas Barth wrote:
>> Why not? removing arm from testing does not change at all the number of
>> binary arm packages being pushed each day, as the packages between
>> testing and unstable are shared (and only few packages go in via t-p-u).
>> So, the only win is that packages are faster removed - but as unstable
>> and testing are quite in sync, even this is not so much difference.
>> Adding a new arch however adds a lot of new binary packages to be pushed
>> each day
> well, those should be about as much as are saved by removing another
> arch -- once the new architecture is uptodate in testing and unstable.
No it doesn't.
As Andreas said testing does not produce any traffic (noticeable), it
only takes up space. Adding an arch to sid on the other hand does add
another arch to the daily pulse.
Only removing an arch from _sid_ would gain as much as adding one and
surely you don't suggest that?