Quoting Thijs Kinkhorst (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Of course i386 machines are commonly available, but the suggested procedure of > making uploads by hand is undesirable (especially for stable): > > a) it increases chances of dirty/broken build environments; > b) it costs time; > c) some packages require nontrivial resources (time, disk) to build. > > Several DSA's have been stalled the past months because of missing i386 > builds. It would be great if we can reduce that. Seconded (easy to say for me as I'm definitely not in position to do much to have another i386 buildd). I just noticed that missing i386 buildd today because I was surprised of KDE being non installable currently on i386 because many packages need to be built as they were apparently manually built on an amd64 machine.
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