On Thu, 2005-06-09 at 14:17 +0200, Christian Perrier wrote: > Quoting Scott James Remnant (email@example.com): > > > > (tridge is already mentioning in his talks about samba4 that "Debian > > > is considering using it for dpkg"...:-))) > > > > > Heh, which talk of his did you catch where he said that? :p > > A talk he gave at the annual SambaXP conference in Gottingen, > Germany. Noel Köthe, the other DD attending the conference, heard the > same..:-) > It's accurate, just hadn't really discussed it much with anyone other than tridge so far :p Blame the delicious mango smoothies the Purple Pickle Cafe did at LCA. > > Yeah, I'm considering a whole family of stuff from samba; including > > talloc, tdb and the ldap implementation. > > > > (I've just tried to avoid saying "we'll use LDAP as the dpkg backend > > database" because it'll frighten people). > > I as making specific reference to it, indeed...or rather their new ldb > backend. > Indeed, very much so. It's fast, very fast, and has some great tools for it. Also 822->ldif is practically a no-brainer. Scott -- Have you ever, ever felt like this? Had strange things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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