On Thursday 2010-06-24 15:47, Stephan Kleine wrote:
IMHO this is the worst proposal since it sounds like some ThisUbuntu,
ThatUbuntu, ThereUbuntu, HereUbuntu, YouProllyGetItByNowUbuntu.
Sounded to me like ThisUbuntu, ThatMEPIS, ThereCrunchbang,
HereDreamlinux, YourSidux :-)
* reduce the number of packages in Factory
- provide smaller, stable, high quality core distro
If you don't have the man power to maintain the current amount of factory
packages there is no way around dropping some.
"You" is an overgeneralization here. Quite a bunch of packages exist
in factory whose develproject maintainer is not someone who was,
or is, working with Novell.
for more platforms (including ARM, PowerPC, etc.)
ARM builds would be great for coming tablets but it already has been proven
that no one (iirc ~ 0.3%) is interested in PowerPC builds so why start wasting
resources on it again (also the amount of ppl trying to fix powerpc for 11.3 /
factory is pretty small either)?
Hey, if you have something to donate with reasonable build power, why
not. But it's a sad fact that anything but x86 is either slow,
or requires a few extra bucks.
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