Re: Sparc32 systems and power consumption
>I have a few sparc32 machines and I can give access to them to any
>developer needing it.
I don't think that it's the lack of hardware which has lead us to the
current situation. There's plenty out there, though not blindingly fast.
>I think Debian/NetBSD@sparc32 is a very good idea, but it depends on
>how many people would like to contribute.
I tend to differ. It will be easier to fix the Linux kernel, find a maintainer
for it and then get it into Debian again. We would leveraging the existing
work better that way.
Just my 2 cents,
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