Re: Debian Archive architecture removals
On Tue, May 05, 2015 at 01:36:57PM +0200, Arne Babenhauserheide wrote:
> Given that the package coverage of the Hurd continuously increased and
> that it just released 0.6 of its core components along with releasing
> Debian GNU/Hurd, this strikes me as an odd time to throw the Hurd off
It's irrelevant. The Hurd isn't a popular system, few people actually
use it, there are probably a lot more Debian mirrors than machines
using them with hurd-i386 packages. It's simply not worth it.
I'm not a Debian contributor but, as a Hurd contributor, it seems
perfectly appropriate that the Hurd gets removed from there. On the
other hand, I'm ready to provide resources so that things work
nicely from debian-ports.