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Re: Release sprint results - team changes, auto-rm and arch status

On Thu, 2013-11-28 at 21:04 +0100, Niels Thykier wrote:
> In this new and exciting update from your Debian Release Team...

> kFreeBSD was a technology preview, and has not generated enough user
> interest to bring in sufficient install base to continue in this
> state.
> We will review this situation after 28th January 2014.

> s390 and Hurd will not be release architectures for Jessie. s390 was
> replaced by s390x in Wheezy and this completes that transition.  As
> for Hurd; we do not believe it is ready.  Particularly, we believe
> that it does not surpass kFreeBSD in user interest or install base.

Any chances of having Hurd as a technology preview, like kFreeBSD was
for squeeze? A lot of development has been going on lately, and the
number of committed people is higher than for many of the release
architectures. Of course RC bugs for GNU/Hurd should not hinder
transitions of packages to testing, as pointed out earlier.


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