as a general comment to the Debian ARM people: thanks a lot for your 
insightful comments, even though they smashed the idea of cheap arm64 Debian 
builders for now! Much appreciated feedback!

On Sonntag, 6. März 2016, Vagrant Cascadian wrote:
> That said, I'm not sure how much CPU/board diversity has really resulted
> in reproducibility issues at this point, so getting a less diverse
> network set up might be fine.

I think it has found a fair number of bugs.

> > I think we'd need 10-12 of such boards for a start, not sure if we still
> > have Debian funds to buy those (but I almost think so… Vagrant?) -
> I need to do a final tally yet, but it's nearly done. There might be
> some funding left for a few boards, but probably not 10 boards once you
> factor in the costs of SSDs, power supplies, and other necessary
> adapters.

It would be good to know the exact number left…
> We've certainly met the target of tripling the build network speed, at
> least!
>   https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/stats_builds_per_day_armhf.png

:-))) and \o/


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