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Re: Current procedure/policy for committing to Debian Edu SVN

Hi all,

On Mi 15 Aug 2012 12:47:00 CEST Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:

On Tue, 14 Aug 2012 20:33:03 +0200, Mike Gabriel <mike.gabriel@das-netzwerkteam.de> wrote:
Hi Petter, hi Holger, hi others,

what is the current policy for committing to Debian Edu SVN?

I would like to turn the questioning around, and ask what you believe
would be a sensible policy currently for committing to the Debian Edu

Given the low level of progress at the moment, I wonder what it would
take to improve it, and thus what you believe would improve it. :)

I am not sure on this either. Since a couple of week I have been busy with deploying Debian Edu and documenting and improviding our deployment system. This is still all very rudimentary and unfortunately in German:


The intention of what we achieve here during deployments is providing the cognitive input and experience, the scripts, the added features to Debian Edu wheezy or wheezy+1.

Hopefully in a couple of weeks time, there will be some more time for looking at Debian Edu code itself again (as opposed to patching stuff in during deployment).

I think for squeeze we should basically focus on fixing and improving functionality, but the scope of interpretation may vary here.

Btw. talking about functionality: I am very concerned about using network-manager on diskless machines. We have loads of timing issues / race conditions here and in our testlab I will test dropping network-manager completely from those machines in the near future.



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