Re: Coordinating efforts to get a new kernel in testing?
maximilian attems wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 01:08:05PM +0200, Luk Claes wrote:
>> It needs quite some work to get reverse dependencies handled and getting
>> it built on all architectures. Both of which are the main responsability
>> of the kernel team...
> it is mostly done, beside the strange cpio missing build dep,
> that funnily surfaced now on i686. fixed in latest repo and
> scheduled for upload latest on this upcoming week.
>>> Could this be prioritized by the involved teams (mostly kernel and
>>> release, I'd guess) or are there already some plans for this to
>> There are no plans to force anything in like some propose in such
>> situations as there is no clear plan of the kernel team to get the
>> remaining issues solved soon after it would be forced in.
> without force hints linux-2.6 goes nowhere.
If you mean this in general then you are misinformed. If you mean atm,
then you know the answer to your following question.
> what are the remaining issues that you are concerned about?
The ones that prevent linux-2.6 from migrating once it would be unblocked.