I'd like to begin stabilizing packages on MIPS. I've gotten acks from
Redhatter, leio, and r0bertz, and Kumba doesn't really care.

What's the best method to go about doing this? Stabilize the system
packages, then remove ~mips from ACCEPT_KEYWORDS in the profiles?
Should we target package versions that aren't stabilized on other
architectures yet, so that we'll have an extended testing period
before they'll come up for stabilization? That is, can I plan to make
gcc-4.5.1 or something the first restabilized version of gcc, go ahead
and begin testing it, and be ready for stabilization when toolchain
requests it?

Thanks, and any advice is appreciated. :)


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