Re: Debian Archive architecture removals
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Joerg Jaspert, le Mon 04 May 2015 18:11:29 +0200, a écrit :
> On 13931 March 1977, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
> > That pad says: "As a result of current state, d-ports cannot accept more
> > ports". If that's still true, it would make sense to postpone dropping
> > hurd and sparc until this is fixed...
> Hurd is already on d-p, so hurd actually has double infrastructure use.
Not really: we only have a dozen packages on d-p, the rest is not on
> And the last "release" they did came from d-p resources,
No, I got the packages from master, and used snapshot.d.o as a
way to have a "frozen" image of it.