Re: An introduction to multiarch
Thanks for the introduction.
2009/7/25 Goswin von Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> after listening to the "Multiarch round table" talk at Debconf I feel
> that the talk was targeted at people already familiar with the subject
> and jumped right in at full speed. Someone new to the idea was
> probably lost in the first minute.
True, presentation was done targetting already familiar people with
the subject, people that had already read the specification.
There has been much talking on multiarch the later past 4-5 years
and it is time of no more talking but design and implement a stable
system capable to cope with bi, tri-arches and for the same price,
have an environment to bootstrap Debian derivatives from source, even
supporting cross-compiling (this later statement it is not fully
covered on the current specification)
Personally, I liked the feedback we had from the audience and this
audience is the people that it is able to make this possible and we
have agreed that it can be a very nice, elegant solution for such
So, please, lets
* Move multiarch related issues just to email@example.com
* Do not flame, just development and testing concepts