Re: architecture-specific release criteria - requalification needed
* Debian-armeb Porting Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) [050922 14:26]:
> On 9/21/05, Andreas Barth <email@example.com> wrote:
> > These criteria do _not_ control addition of an architecture to unstable,
> > but rather apply to architectures which the ftp-masters have accepted
> > into unstable and are targetting testing and the next stable release.
> > In other words, an architecture that fails these criteria can still be
> > part of unstable.
> Can you outline the requirements for a new architecture (e.g.
> debian-armeb) to be added to unstable ? Or at least be added to the
> existing buildd infrastructure?
Both questions need to be asked to the ftp-masters.
Please allow me a personal remark: I personally have a lot of symphatie
for getting armeb into debian, also if compared to some of the other
suggested architectures. However, in the end, IMHO the most priority is
currently with amd64.