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funding salsa runners for planning transitions with lots of reverse build deps


I think Salsa CI is a great tool for rebuilding all the reverse build dependencies
of a given package (here nodejs, but it applies to all others).
Unfortunately, the current salsa gitlab runners available are not scaled to be
able to handle that use case.
Of course, ideally, it would be great if all salsa teams could do that kind of task
using shared runners, or perhaps another group of shared runners, different from
the one used to do pure CI.
Finding some sponsors willing to provide some server resources for runners
should be doable, but it raises some questions:
- how can a sponsor advertise its participation to Debian ? Is there a legal framework for this ?
- is it ok if we have runners that are only meant to be used by a salsa team ?


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