Le 23 sept. 10 à 17:35, dann frazier a écrit :*sigh*
On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 12:21:11PM +0200, Thibaut VARÈNE wrote:
I think it's been sufficiently documented on this m-l that hppa is/was
in a releasable state (d-i works, upgrade works, etc) so this is mostly
moot, and the cause of my personal disinterest for Debian given the way
things were handled.
By those measures, sure. However, there are still issues with building
packages reliably - which I believe was the biggest strike against
including hppa in squeeze.
They do. Their reaction confirmed that I should probably not bother anymore... Also, I'm running short on hardware these days, now that my 2 L1000 are dead ;/
PS: the autobuilder Lafayette is dead, and I see little reason to
replace it with whatever hardware I could muster.
ok - does DSA know?
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