On 20/10/14 04:14 AM, adrian15 wrote:
> El 23/08/14 18:23, Daniel Baumann escribió:
>> On 08/23/2014 06:20 PM, adrian15 wrote:
>>> Ok, I'll try to do my best. I have been impressed because there are way
>>> many more rescue packages on these two lists than what I had thought of
>> that would be great, thank you very much.
> The article is still in a draft and I have not been able to work much
> on it.
> What I mean is that I'm going to end the article one day or another.
> Not as soon as I thought though.
> So if you are one of these people that do not want a Rescue disk to be
> taken out of Debian Live official flavours (and given that Jessie
> freeze will soon happen) you should probably work on:
> - Issuing a tasksel bug that includes current packages found at latest
> Debian Live Rescue disk. Probably the ones found at:
> (debian-forensincs and rescue)
> as Daniel originally suggested at:
Well, Jessie has released and nobody has done this, so if there is any
interest still in reviving rescue as an official Debian live flavour,
someone (not me, and not adrian15 -- see below) is going to have to file
the tasksel bug with at least the package list that was removed as a
starting point. I'm concerned that we had users saying they didn't want
Rescue to go away, and yet a year later there is no visible progress by
those who asked for it.
> P.S.: I don't care about Debian Live Rescue not being available in
> Jessie myself because I prefer to rethink its packages wisely but I
> don't want to be blamed on it not being available.
Likewise. I'm not leading the charge on this. We're into a new release
cycle now, and if anyone wants to see these images come back for
Stretch, now is a good time to get started.
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