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Re: Questions to candidate Anthony Towns

joeyh@debian.org (Joey Hess) writes:

> Anthony Towns wrote:
>>   (a) branching the archive or doing other necessary changes to ensure
>>       netinst CDs etc work reliably
> Netinsts are relatively robust (though can be broken), businesscard,
> netboot, and floppy would really benefit from that.

Maybe a good step, then, would be to make just netinsts and/or other reasonably
self-contained objects available in this sort of process?  That eliminates the
need to do more archive branching, yet gives (new) users the advantage of our
latest installer technology, hardware support, etc?


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