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hppa and squeeze


As mentioned in the minutes of our recent IRC meeting[1] we have
reached the conclusion that hppa will not be a release architecture for
the Squeeze release.

Within the next few days, we'll be taking the next step in this process,
and instructing the testing migration scripts to ignore hppa for all
practical purposes; this means that hppa will still be in testing but
unblocked packages may migrate from unstable to testing even if they
have not been successfully built on hppa or if they introduce new
installability problems on hppa.

We won't be removing the architecture from testing for a while yet, to
give you a chance to decide whether you'd like to try and produce an
hppa/squeeze release and, if so, how you'd like to do that (e.g. by
talking to debian-ports or ftp-master).


for the Release Team

[1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-hppa/2010/08/msg00064.html

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