Re: "Debian is switching to EGLIBC"
Julien BLACHE wrote:
> John Goerzen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I, for one, have heard just about enough of "Hey developers, we're doing
>> $FOO, and it's already been decided, so put up or shut up" from people.
>> I'd like a little bit more along the lines of "Hey developers, we
>> really think $FOO is a good idea. Here's why. What do you all think?"
> How does "hey developers, we're sick and tired of having to put up
> with Uli, how about you find some new people to maintain glibc in
> Debian" sound like?
Having to deal with Uli is a pretty strong argument in favor of
switching to eglibc in my mind, but it still doesn't mean it has to be
presented as a fait accompli.
> Switching to eglibc is a matter of reducing the burden placed on our
> libc maintainers due to glibc upstream not giving a crap about most of
> the architectures we support.