David Welton <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> So, how are we doing? Last thing, we were waiting on boot floppies.
> It seems as if we are moving further away from "release mode".
> Anything that can be done to help besides work on boot-floppies?
Perl-base is bug-riddled. Modconf is bug-riddled. The latter in
particular is totally unaccceptable (i.e., broken) and we can't
release in it's current state. Please please please somebody work on
it. I know this isn't the QA list, but on behalf of the boot-floppies
team, I ask (a) that base stabilize and not keep changing (util-linux
just recently was changed to use ncurses rather than slang, and that
totally fsck's us up), and (b) that bug-fixing efforts focus on base.
Likewise, we don't yet for all architecture have the kernels we need
in unstable. I think alpha kernels were uploaded recently, thank god.
However, there still need to be a couple of i386 kernels (ide patch,
possible one for laptops, maybe others).
Boot-floppies is moving along, but probably won't be in really good
shape until Jan 1. Which is not the delaying factor, really, given
the bugginess of base at this time.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>
- From: David Welton <email@example.com>