On 2021-10-02, Graham Inggs wrote: > * Which architectures are you committing to be an active porter for?
armhf, arm64 > * Please describe recent relevant porter contributions. Maintaining u-boot (bootloader used on many arm64 and armhf plaforms), arm-trusted-firmware (arm64 firmware), and occasional debian-installer, linux and initramfs-tools contributions for specific hardware. > I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend to > continue for the development cycle of Debian Bookworm > (est. release mid-2023): > For armhf and arm64, I: > - test (most|all) packages on this architecture I maintain the armhf build machines for tests.reproducible-builds.org which currently runs package builds for the whole archive in sid, experimental, bookworm and bullseye chroots. The build machines are a mix of arm64 and armhf capable machines. > - run a Debian testing or unstable system on port that I use regularly I run mobian on arm64, which is currently bookworm based, working towards complete inclusion in debian. I may start using an arm64 laptop (pinebook pro) regularly, probably running bookworm. > - triage arch-specific bugs > - fix arch-related bugs > - triage d-i bugs > - test d-i regularly > - fix d-i bugs/issues Not systematically or regularly, but occasionally as the need arises. I am a DD. live well, vagrant
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