On Monday 08 October 2007 19.57:26 Julien Cristau wrote: > On Mon, Oct 8, 2007 at 16:15:48 +0200, Mario Iseli wrote: > > So, who wants to help us? > > > > (I CCed email@example.com, maybe there are some other people who are > > interested in rescuing the sparc32 arch) > > I'm not sure what the point of using a different list for the 1 or 2 > people interested in sparc32 is going to help you. It's not like > debian-sparc is overcrowded. SPARC32 stuff on firstname.lastname@example.org is off topic as soon as sparc32 is officially dead as an official Debian port. Some Debian SPARC maintainers may want to keep the list on-topic, i.e. on the Debian SPARC (64bit) port. Also, this list (tries to) makes it clear that this is not generic sparc related stuff, but 32 bit specific stuff. I was hoping that those who're interested in the port could find a sort of focus point instead of getting lost in other discussions. But seeing that (me included) talking is everything that's being done so far, I'm not yet convinced if I had a good idea here. All power to Mario now :-) cheers -- vbi -- And those meanies used what we said to you and they misconstrued it to mean what we said, and that's so unfair. -- SCO lawyers about IBM (paraphrased - groklaw)
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