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Re: why is alpha a release candidate?



Noah Meyerhans <noahm@debian.org> writes:
> On Wed, Jan 17, 2007 at 11:55:47PM +0100, Christian Hammers wrote:
>> Do we really have so few donations that we cannot afford to get
>> at least two buildd per architecture (or four if security-buildd are
>> separate) and at least one with ssh access for developers?
> If it's helpful, I've got two alpha machines that I could donate
> (officially or otherwise) to the project.  One is a 4-way EV56 with
> 2GB of RAM and a few smallish (4 or 9 GB) disks, and the other is a
> Personal Workstation 433 MHz 21?64 with an unknown amount of disk
> space.  The 4-way system is an AlphaServer 4100 that has already been
> used by a number of DDs for various projects (most recently tbm used
> it for gcc 4.2 testing).

I would happily serve as buildd admin, if an argument against using this
box is missing man-power.

Marc
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