As promised I am going active regarding LinuxTag ;-) You might not
like my comments though.
On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 08:35:04PM -0500, Roland Bauerschmidt wrote:
> To get the development of our CD going we need to make some decisions.
> If nobody speaks up with good reasons, I'll plan the following:
> - based on potato; yes, I'd also rather have woody, but ATM I don't
> think it will be stable enough soon. We'll have some updated packages
> like kde and Adrian Bunk's kernel 2.4 updates.
I think we still did not vote on this. There will always be new discussions
what gets on the discs. But we need agreement here - so: Can everybody
agree to us using woody (in particular I would like to know the opinion
of the Knoppix CD team, since I don't know if they have any problems
> - we'll have the development tree of our cd on pandora in
> /org/scratch/linuxtag-cd. I checked with Elmo who gave me the
> permission. Otherwise, Joey probably could have covered us, too. :)
> I made the directory g+w, but please, check with us first before
> modifying something there. 
*arg* I just checked on pandora and it seems that machine does not have
a full mirror but hosts only the non-US stuff. I thought main was
mirrored there but that does not seem to be the case :(
Now I don't think it is a big problem to copy the data once. But in case
we want to master the CD there we will run into problems. Basically we
have three options:
- create a local mirror for just our purpose
- download the packages from the next mirror each time we create the
- update the directory with the cd stuff each time the mirror gets
Maybe I am missing something?
> Any comments? Otherwise I'll start sometime getting a potato base tree
Please let us discuss it some more first. It would also be helpful to do
a brainstorming session, probably the best would be on irc. When would you
have time? Who else would like to participate?
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