Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2014-08-09 Thread John Paul Adrian Glaubitz
Hello!

On 09/25/2013 05:09 AM, Nobuhiro Iwamatsu wrote:
 I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
 to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:
 
 For sh4, I
 - test packages on this architecture
 - triage arch-specific bugs
 - fix arch-related bugs
 - maintain buildds

I have joined Nobuhiro to help supporting the sh4 port. I am currently
working on to reactive the build queue again. Needs-Build on sh4 is
currently over 4000 and I need to build a couple of essential packages
like gcc-4.9, gcc-4.8 and python2.7 manually to be able to resolve
the dependency problems.

gcc-4.9 has been building since Wednesday but it's looking good. I hope
to have the packages uploaded over the weekend.

Cheers,
Adrian

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2014-02-05 Thread YunQiang Su

在 2014年1月21日,下午9:51,Aníbal Monsalve Salazar ani...@debian.org 写道:

 On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 01:43:55PM +0100, Matthias Klose wrote:
 Am 16.01.2014 13:31, schrieb Aníbal Monsalve Salazar:
 For mips/mipsel, I - fix toolchain issues together with other
 developers at ImgTec
 
 It is nice to see such a commitment, however in the past I didn't see
 any such contributions.
 
 Hello doko,
 
 At my current job, we are working on fixing mips* bugs including
 possible compiler errors. As an example, I recently run tests to try to
 find tool chain errors for packages that on non-Debian distro were
 failing to build. So, at least so far, I'm working on that.
 
 Regards,
 
 Aníbal

  Hi,

  I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
  to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

  For mipsel/mips64el and maybe mips/mips64, I
  - test most packages on this architecture
  - fix toolchain issues
  - triage arch-specific bugs
  - fix arch-related bugs
  - maintaining rebuild test

  I am a DM

  Yunqiang Su


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2014-01-21 Thread Matthias Klose
Am 16.01.2014 13:31, schrieb Aníbal Monsalve Salazar:
 For mips/mipsel, I - fix toolchain issues together with other developers at
 ImgTec

It is nice to see such a commitment, however in the past I didn't see any such
contributions.

  Matthias


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2014-01-16 Thread Aníbal Monsalve Salazar
Hi,

Just for the record.

I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

For mips/mipsel, I
- test packages on these architectures on my own machines at home and at
  ImgTec
- fix toolchain issues together with other developers at ImgTec
- triage arch-specific bugs
- fix arch-related bugs
- will maintain buildds

I am a DD.

Aníbal Monsalve Salazar


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-11-01 Thread Dejan Latinovic
Hi everyone,
 
I am part of the group of MIPS porters, and we missed to officially
respond to this email. Here is for the record:
 
  I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
  to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:
 
  For MIPS,MIPSEL,MIPS64,MIPS64EL, I
  - can test all packages on this architecture on different hardware
   (I have access to different MIPS boards)
  - detect toolchain issues and bring it to the attention of toolchain
maintainers whom we already have contact to,
  - triage arch-specific bugs, see we which issues are MIPS specific
  - fix arch-related bugs
  - maintain build
 
  In the last three years, I was a MIPS porter of MIPS32 LE and BE, and
  MIPS64 LE and BE.
 
  Dejan Latinovic



On 09/01/2013 09:33 AM, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,
 
 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].
 
 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.
 
 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:
 
 
   Hi,
   
   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:
 
   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...
   
   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM
   
   YOUR NAME
 
 
 Niels, on behalf of the release team
 
 [LAST-BITS] 
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html
 
 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie
 
 
 

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RE: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-11-01 Thread Jurica Stanojkovic
Hi everyone,

I am part of the group of MIPS porters, and we missed to officially
respond to this email. Here is for the record:

  I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
  to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

  For MIPS,MIPSEL,MIPS64,MIPS64EL, I
  - can test all packages on this architecture on different hardware
(I have access to different MIPS boards)
  - detect toolchain issues and bring it to the attention of toolchain
maintainers whom we already have contact to,
  - triage arch-specific bugs, see we which issues are MIPS specific
  - fix arch-related bugs
  - maintain build

  In the last three years, I was a MIPS porter of MIPS32 LE and BE, and
  MIPS64 LE and BE.

I am not a DD/DM.


Jurica Stanojkovic


From: Dejan Latinovic
Sent: 01 November 2013 11:17
To: debian-rele...@lists.debian.org
Cc: debian-de...@lists.debian.org; debian-po...@lists.debian.org; 
debian-m...@lists.debian.org; Dragoslav Sicarov; Jurica Stanojkovic; Petar 
Jovanovic
Subject: Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

Hi everyone,

I am part of the group of MIPS porters, and we missed to officially
respond to this email. Here is for the record:

  I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
  to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

  For MIPS,MIPSEL,MIPS64,MIPS64EL, I
  - can test all packages on this architecture on different hardware
   (I have access to different MIPS boards)
  - detect toolchain issues and bring it to the attention of toolchain
maintainers whom we already have contact to,
  - triage arch-specific bugs, see we which issues are MIPS specific
  - fix arch-related bugs
  - maintain build

  In the last three years, I was a MIPS porter of MIPS32 LE and BE, and
  MIPS64 LE and BE.

  Dejan Latinovic



On 09/01/2013 09:33 AM, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,

 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].

 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.

 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:

 
   Hi,

   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...

   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM

   YOUR NAME
 

 Niels, on behalf of the release team

 [LAST-BITS] 
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html

 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie




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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-10-07 Thread Riku Voipio
On Sun, Sep 01, 2013 at 09:33:51AM +0200, Niels Thykier wrote:
 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.

Sorry I missed the deadline, but I guess the information is still
valuable. 

Hi,

I am active porter for armel and also help on armhf and arm64.
I intend to continue helping for the lifetime for jessie.

For armel, I
 - maintain the buildd's, file bugs on failed builds
 - provide packagers bugfixes in case they are unable to fix armel bugs
   in their package themself

For armel, armhf and possibly in future for arm64:
 - test packages on the architectures
 - fix arch-related bugs

I am a DD,

Riku Voipio


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Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-07 Thread Riku Voipio
On Wed, Oct 02, 2013 at 04:07:25PM +0100, Wookey wrote:
 +++ Niels Thykier [2013-10-02 09:45 +0200]:
  armel: Wookey (DD), Gatis Visnevskis (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve 
  McIntyre (DD)
  armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD), Justus Winter (!DD), 
  Lennart Sorensen (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve McIntyre (DD)
 
 I am surprised not to see Riku Voipio and Hector Oron on this list as
 I know they help manage the buildds and Riku signs uploads. I don't
 know if they are trying to escape, or just being too slack to send
 mail :-)

Sorry, I missed the fact that this request had a deadline. Anyways,
I am available for arm related issues - just try not to use debian-devel
to reach me, as I tend to just skim subjects here...

Riku


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Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-06 Thread Sven Luther
Hi Niels,

I don't know upto what point you are familiar with my history and its link to 
the powerpc
port, but it pains me to see that the powerpc port is left with so few porters, 
and that it 
may mean the port being dropped. I also have not really followed the mailing 
lists since 
a long time, and don't know who is actually managing the powerpc port, but 
giving the (1) and 
0.5 remark, i guess there is not a full porter.

So given that, and provided debian may not see a problem again in me becoming 
active, i may
be interested in becoming active again as powerpc maintainer. Not sure what 
category you 
can include me in though, and what the formalities would be should i become 
active (and welcome)
in debian again.

Also, i am not really sure of the amount of time i will be able to devote to 
debian, and i will
have to take my powerpc hardware out of the storage area i put it in, but i 
guess it should be enough
to do powerpc porting work, provided other folk help me out. That said, i am 
also interested in the
powerpcspe port, as i am (slowly) working on a open-hardware Freescale P1010 
based board.

Anyway, please let me know if there is anything i can do.

Friendly,

Sven Luther

On Wed, Oct 02, 2013 at 09:45:35AM +0200, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,
 
 The final results are in:
 
 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc[2]   ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1
 
 [1] The (1) and .5 is from a I am not primarily a porter [...]-remark,
 so I wasn't sure how to count it.
 
 [2] By the looks of it, if sparc was replaced by sparc64, we could be
 looking at 3 in the Other-column rather than 0.
 
 NMs/DMs include DMs and people currently in NM process.  The Other
 column may include people who said they would like to become porters
 (but would need to be introduced to the job) and thus may imply some
 active recruiting from the current porters.  This is at least true for
 hurd-i386.
 
 
 
 The current policy says that we require 5 developers (i.e. DDs) for
 release architectures[AP], so based on that only amd64, i386 and
 hurd-i386 would pass this requirement.  It is quite possible we need to
 revise that requirement, but most of the architectures would (still) do
 well to attract a few more (DD) porters.
   I have attached a file with my notes of who are behind those numbers.
  If your name is missing or you believe I have miscounted something[CD]
 for an architecture listed in the table above, please reply to this
 email *promptly* (CC'ing me explicitly is fine) with your concerns or
 corrections.
 
 At this time, I have *not* updated the arch qualification table yet.  I
 will do that in a couple of days.  We will also follow up on this in the
 next bits from the release team.
 
 ~Niels
 
 [AP] http://release.debian.org/jessie/arch_policy.html
 
 [CD] I may (or may not) have been caffeine-deprived when I did the
 counting.  You are free to make assumptions about whether that has
 affected my ability to do addic^Htion or parsing your email(s) properly.
 

 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc  ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1
 
 [1] Roger Leigh: I am not primarily a porter [...].
 
 armel: Wookey (DD), Gatis Visnevskis (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve 
 McInture (DD)
 armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD), Justus Winter (!DD), 
 Lennart Sorensen (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve McInture (DD)
 hurd-i386: Samuel Thibault (DD), Barry deFreese (DD), Thomas Schwinge (!DD), 
 Pino Toscano (DD), Svante Signell (!DD), Michael Banck (DD), Guillem Jover 
 (DD), Zhang Cong (!DD)
 kfreebsd-amd64: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD), Petr Salinger (!DD), 
 Robert Millan (DD), Steven Chamberlain (!DD), Guillem Jover (DD)
 kfreebsd-i386: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD), Petr Salinger (!DD), 
 

Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-02 Thread Bastien ROUCARIES
Add me for armel.

Bastien
Le 2 oct. 2013 09:46, Niels Thykier ni...@thykier.net a écrit :

 Hi,

 The final results are in:

 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc[2]   ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1

 [1] The (1) and .5 is from a I am not primarily a porter [...]-remark,
 so I wasn't sure how to count it.

 [2] By the looks of it, if sparc was replaced by sparc64, we could be
 looking at 3 in the Other-column rather than 0.

 NMs/DMs include DMs and people currently in NM process.  The Other
 column may include people who said they would like to become porters
 (but would need to be introduced to the job) and thus may imply some
 active recruiting from the current porters.  This is at least true for
 hurd-i386.



 The current policy says that we require 5 developers (i.e. DDs) for
 release architectures[AP], so based on that only amd64, i386 and
 hurd-i386 would pass this requirement.  It is quite possible we need to
 revise that requirement, but most of the architectures would (still) do
 well to attract a few more (DD) porters.
   I have attached a file with my notes of who are behind those numbers.
  If your name is missing or you believe I have miscounted something[CD]
 for an architecture listed in the table above, please reply to this
 email *promptly* (CC'ing me explicitly is fine) with your concerns or
 corrections.

 At this time, I have *not* updated the arch qualification table yet.  I
 will do that in a couple of days.  We will also follow up on this in the
 next bits from the release team.

 ~Niels

 [AP] http://release.debian.org/jessie/arch_policy.html

 [CD] I may (or may not) have been caffeine-deprived when I did the
 counting.  You are free to make assumptions about whether that has
 affected my ability to do addic^Htion or parsing your email(s) properly.




Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-02 Thread Wookey
+++ Niels Thykier [2013-10-02 09:45 +0200]:
 Hi,
 
 The final results are in:
 
 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6

 armel: Wookey (DD), Gatis Visnevskis (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve 
 McIntyre (DD)
 armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD), Justus Winter (!DD), 
 Lennart Sorensen (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve McIntyre (DD)

I am surprised not to see Riku Voipio and Hector Oron on this list as
I know they help manage the buildds and Riku signs uploads. I don't
know if they are trying to escape, or just being too slack to send
mail :-)

   arm64: Wookey (DD), Steve McInture (DD)

There are other DDs working on this too (Doko and Riku
particularly), but again they are probably trying to avoid getting
any more formal responsibilities. :-)

Wookey
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Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-02 Thread Steve McIntyre
On Wed, Oct 02, 2013 at 04:07:25PM +0100, Wookey wrote:
+++ Niels Thykier [2013-10-02 09:45 +0200]:
 Hi,
 
 The final results are in:
 
 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6

 armel: Wookey (DD), Gatis Visnevskis (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve 
 McIntyre (DD)
 armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD), Justus Winter (!DD), 
 Lennart Sorensen (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve McIntyre (DD)

I am surprised not to see Riku Voipio and Hector Oron on this list as
I know they help manage the buildds and Riku signs uploads. I don't
know if they are trying to escape, or just being too slack to send
mail :-)

   arm64: Wookey (DD), Steve McInture (DD)

There are other DDs working on this too (Doko and Riku
particularly), but again they are probably trying to avoid getting
any more formal responsibilities. :-)

*grin* I guess so...

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Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-02 Thread Dave Jones
Hello, all.

I am not currently a porter but I would like to be one for the s390x
architecture.


I am familiar with zSeries system programming and have a lot of
experience in running Linux in virtual environments, mostly z/VM on
large IBM processors..  I use Linux for 11 year, family with cross
compiling tool chain.

I am not a DD/DM. and I am somewhat surprised not to see Philiip Kern
(pk...@debian.org) on the list.

DJ

On 10/02/2013 02:45 AM, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,
 
 The final results are in:
 
 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc[2]   ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1
 
 [1] The (1) and .5 is from a I am not primarily a porter [...]-remark,
 so I wasn't sure how to count it.
 
 [2] By the looks of it, if sparc was replaced by sparc64, we could be
 looking at 3 in the Other-column rather than 0.
 
 NMs/DMs include DMs and people currently in NM process.  The Other
 column may include people who said they would like to become porters
 (but would need to be introduced to the job) and thus may imply some
 active recruiting from the current porters.  This is at least true for
 hurd-i386.
 
 
 
 The current policy says that we require 5 developers (i.e. DDs) for
 release architectures[AP], so based on that only amd64, i386 and
 hurd-i386 would pass this requirement.  It is quite possible we need to
 revise that requirement, but most of the architectures would (still) do
 well to attract a few more (DD) porters.
   I have attached a file with my notes of who are behind those numbers.
  If your name is missing or you believe I have miscounted something[CD]
 for an architecture listed in the table above, please reply to this
 email *promptly* (CC'ing me explicitly is fine) with your concerns or
 corrections.
 
 At this time, I have *not* updated the arch qualification table yet.  I
 will do that in a couple of days.  We will also follow up on this in the
 next bits from the release team.
 
 ~Niels
 
 [AP] http://release.debian.org/jessie/arch_policy.html
 
 [CD] I may (or may not) have been caffeine-deprived when I did the
 counting.  You are free to make assumptions about whether that has
 affected my ability to do addic^Htion or parsing your email(s) properly.
 

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Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-02 Thread Patrick Baggett
I'm interesting in helping on ia64. I'm not fluent in ia64 assembly, but I
can get around pretty well. I'm very experienced in C/C++/Java and
debugging. I've got a fully functional system running Xorg/Mesa3D/sound, so
I can reproduce, test, and fix issues as time permits.

Patrick Baggett


On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 2:45 AM, Niels Thykier ni...@thykier.net wrote:

 Hi,

 The final results are in:

 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc[2]   ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1

 [1] The (1) and .5 is from a I am not primarily a porter [...]-remark,
 so I wasn't sure how to count it.

 [2] By the looks of it, if sparc was replaced by sparc64, we could be
 looking at 3 in the Other-column rather than 0.

 NMs/DMs include DMs and people currently in NM process.  The Other
 column may include people who said they would like to become porters
 (but would need to be introduced to the job) and thus may imply some
 active recruiting from the current porters.  This is at least true for
 hurd-i386.



 The current policy says that we require 5 developers (i.e. DDs) for
 release architectures[AP], so based on that only amd64, i386 and
 hurd-i386 would pass this requirement.  It is quite possible we need to
 revise that requirement, but most of the architectures would (still) do
 well to attract a few more (DD) porters.
   I have attached a file with my notes of who are behind those numbers.
  If your name is missing or you believe I have miscounted something[CD]
 for an architecture listed in the table above, please reply to this
 email *promptly* (CC'ing me explicitly is fine) with your concerns or
 corrections.

 At this time, I have *not* updated the arch qualification table yet.  I
 will do that in a couple of days.  We will also follow up on this in the
 next bits from the release team.

 ~Niels

 [AP] http://release.debian.org/jessie/arch_policy.html

 [CD] I may (or may not) have been caffeine-deprived when I did the
 counting.  You are free to make assumptions about whether that has
 affected my ability to do addic^Htion or parsing your email(s) properly.




Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-24 Thread Zhang Cong
Hi,

I am not currently a porter but I would like to be one for the Hurd.

I do some test on QEMU and public Hurd host.

I am familiar with system programming and have some embedded and printer
driver development experience.  I use Linux for 11 year, family with cross
compiling tool chain.

I never contributed to Debian before, I read Debian developer guide and GNU
maintainer guide recently.

I want to focus on system usable issue like GUI  or driver issue and back
to Hurd itself if needed. I also wan't to make system clear for new comer.

I am not a DD/DM

Cong Zhang


2013/9/1 Niels Thykier ni...@thykier.net


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 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].

 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.

 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:

 
   Hi,

   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...

   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM

   YOUR NAME
 

 Niels, on behalf of the release team

 [LAST-BITS]
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html

 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-24 Thread Nobuhiro Iwamatsu
Hi,

I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

For sh4, I
- test packages on this architecture
- triage arch-specific bugs
- fix arch-related bugs
- maintain buildds

For armel and armhf, I
- test packages on this architecture
- triage arch-specific bugs
- fix arch-related bugs

I am a DD.

Best regards,
  Nobuhiro

On Sun,  1 Sep 2013 09:33:51 +0200 (CEST)
ni...@thykier.net (Niels Thykier) wrote:

 
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 Hi,
 
 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].
 
 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.
 
 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:
 
 
   Hi,
   
   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:
 
   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...
   
   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM
   
   YOUR NAME
 
 
 Niels, on behalf of the release team
 
 [LAST-BITS] 
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html
 
 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie
 
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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-23 Thread Martin Lucina
Hi,

b...@decadent.org.uk said:
  I've also provided a couple of kernel patches in the past. I'm cross
  testing with Gentoo to ensure that bugs I report are Debian-specific
  or ia64-generic.
  
  I'll continue testing/software development activity on ia64 for the
  Jessie cycle, and more generally, until Debian drops ia64. I'm already
  waiting for Wayland on ia64 and other big updates.
  
  So please, keep ia64 in the bandwagon ;-)
 
 But I don't think ia64 is well-supported even in wheezy.  The kernel
 doesn't boot on some common machines and no-one seems to be able to fix
 it.

I'm the most recent person to report that bug. Unfortunately I run a sole
ia64 box in a production setting and I only have physical access to it
during business hours (and no management card) which makes experimenting
with kernels difficult.

I would be more than happy to sign up as a porter for ia64 however I would
need to obtain more hardware. HP rx1620s can be had on eBay for $100 but
they are located in California and shipping + customs to Slovakia is not
worth it :-/

If someone is willing to donate hardware, or knows of a cheap source of
ia64 hardware in Europe I'm more than happy to host it here, maintain it,
provide access to developers, and time permitting test and and help
diagnose ia64-specific problems with the base system for the lifetime of
the jessie release.

I am also a long-time Debian user (10 years, mostly x86/amd64, alpha in
the past, some arm work and ia64 from the time I've had this hardware). I
am not a DD/DM but have experience as a package maintainer via sponsorship
in the past.

Martin


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-22 Thread Frank Fegert
Hello,

I am an active tester/user for the following architectures and I intend
to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

For powerpc, ppc64, I
  - test most base packages on this architecture
  - test d-i on this architecture
  - follow debian-powerpc on at least a daily basis
  - would like to provide buildd/developer machines (i.e. LPARs on an
old IBM Power6 P550 with console access)

I am not a DD/DM

Best regards,

Frank Fegert


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-21 Thread Émeric MASCHINO
Hi,

I'm a long-time ia64 Debian user ( 10 years). I'm mostly focused on
desktop aspects (GNOME, Iceweasel, LibreOffice, Qt Creator, C++ 3D
software development) while most other ia64 users that I know are more
inclined on server use.

I'm not a DD/DM, but daily update my ia64 workstation, report bugs and
do my best to provide useful information in order to get them fixed.
I've also provided a couple of kernel patches in the past. I'm cross
testing with Gentoo to ensure that bugs I report are Debian-specific
or ia64-generic.

I'll continue testing/software development activity on ia64 for the
Jessie cycle, and more generally, until Debian drops ia64. I'm already
waiting for Wayland on ia64 and other big updates.

So please, keep ia64 in the bandwagon ;-)

 Émeric

2013/9/20 Lennart Sorensen lsore...@csclub.uwaterloo.ca:
 On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 11:19:24AM -0400, Federico Sologuren wrote:
 i have a HP Visualize B2000 that i managed to install last night from iso
 distribution that i found after a lot of looking. at this point only
 terminal is working. will keep reading to get debian up and running.

 i would like to get involved. will need some additional information on what
 is needed and what skills are required. what does DD/DM stand for?

 DD = Debian Developer
 DM = Debian Maintainer

 unless I remember wrong of course. :)

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-21 Thread John David Anglin

Hi,

Although I'm not a DD/DM, I currently do the majority of the Debian  
unstable package
builds for parisc.  As noted by Helge, these are available at www.parisc-linux.org 
.  While
not fully complete, the archive contains several thousand packages  
that are constantly

being updated.  We are close to restarting a parisc buildd...

I perform a small amount of porting (e.g., webkitgtk, qt4-x11, ...)  
and bug reporting.
This has reduced the number of packages which need changes to build on  
parisc.


I'm also a parisc GCC and binutils maintainer.  In the past year or  
so, I spent a significant
amount of time working on parisc cache related issues in the linux  
kernel.


I support this activity with three parisc servers and one workstation.

In my spare time, I do embedded software and electronic design.

Regards,
John David (Dave) Anglin

On 5-Sep-13, at 5:21 PM, Helge Deller wrote:


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Hello,

I am not currently a porter but I would like to be one for the
architecture parisc/hppa.

I currently have lots of parisc hardware (5 workstations and 4  
servers),

all currently running debian unstable from our own debian repository
at www.parisc-linux.org.

My involvement for debian-parisc so far:
- - I was one of the initiators of parisc-linux port back in 1999.
- - I have continuous worked on the ports since then.
- - I'm currently one of the two official linux kernel maintainers for
 the parisc port at kernel.org.
- - I've fixed quite some debian bugs reported for parisc in the past,
 including locking functions in gcc, KDE fixes, udev fixes and many  
more.
- - I do have a strong linux developer background (C/C++, Assembler)  
and

 was formerly a developer at a major linux distributor.
- - I'm maintaining the parisc-linux website and wikis.

I am not a DD/DM but would like to become one.

At last, I would be happy if parisc could become again a supported
platform in the debian-ports repositories for the lifetime of Jessie.

parisc was dropped with debian squeeze, because there were quite some
stability issues with the Linux kernel at that time. Currently,
upstream kernel 3.10 (stable) and kernel 3.11 do work reliable on all
major machines.

-- Helge Deller


On 09/01/2013 09:33 AM, Niels Thykier wrote:

Hi,

As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime,  
feel
free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian  
wiki[WIKI].


If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement  
in

the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
the port.

Feel free to use the following template as your reply:


 Hi,

 I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
 to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

 For ARCH, I
 - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
 - fix toolchain issues
 - triage arch-specific bugs
 - fix arch-related bugs
 - maintain buildds
 - ...

 I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM

 YOUR NAME


Niels, on behalf of the release team

[LAST-BITS] http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html

[WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie





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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-21 Thread Ben Hutchings
On Sat, 2013-09-21 at 19:36 +0200, Émeric MASCHINO wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I'm a long-time ia64 Debian user ( 10 years). I'm mostly focused on
 desktop aspects (GNOME, Iceweasel, LibreOffice, Qt Creator, C++ 3D
 software development) while most other ia64 users that I know are more
 inclined on server use.
 
 I'm not a DD/DM, but daily update my ia64 workstation, report bugs and
 do my best to provide useful information in order to get them fixed.

Thank you for this.

 I've also provided a couple of kernel patches in the past. I'm cross
 testing with Gentoo to ensure that bugs I report are Debian-specific
 or ia64-generic.
 
 I'll continue testing/software development activity on ia64 for the
 Jessie cycle, and more generally, until Debian drops ia64. I'm already
 waiting for Wayland on ia64 and other big updates.
 
 So please, keep ia64 in the bandwagon ;-)

But I don't think ia64 is well-supported even in wheezy.  The kernel
doesn't boot on some common machines and no-one seems to be able to fix
it.

Ben.

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-21 Thread John David Anglin

On 21-Sep-13, at 7:23 PM, Ben Hutchings wrote:


I'll continue testing/software development activity on ia64 for the
Jessie cycle, and more generally, until Debian drops ia64. I'm  
already

waiting for Wayland on ia64 and other big updates.

So please, keep ia64 in the bandwagon ;-)


But I don't think ia64 is well-supported even in wheezy.  The kernel
doesn't boot on some common machines and no-one seems to be able to  
fix

it.



I don't believe this for a minute.  This is about Debian and it's  
ability to attract capable

porters.

I seem to recall that a recent Wayland build is in the unstable parisc  
archive...


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-20 Thread Gasha

Hi,

I am an active tester (not always porter) for the following architectures and I 
intend
to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

i386, amd64, armel

- test most base packages on this architecture (every day tasks)
- test arch-related things
- test lots of ipv6 related issues


sparc, powerpc
- test base packages on this architecture (not every day)

I also own SGI Indy (mips*), HP (hppa) and have access to HP Itanium (ia64).
I have plans to do some debian on them, in my limited free time.

I am not a DD/DM

Gatis Visnevskis



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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-20 Thread Mark Wickens
I have not been involved before in the porting effort but may be interested if 
there is a need. I have a few alpha platforms and ia64. Could someone describe 
or point me to a Web page that describes what is involved? I have a c 
programming background for a lot of years and am now a java software software 
engineer


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From: Gasha ga...@pie-dabas.net 
Date: 09/20/2013  9:32 AM  (GMT+00:00) 
To: Debian Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org 
Cc: debian-po...@lists.debian.org,debian-de...@lists.debian.org 
Subject: Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status 
update) 
 
Hi,

I am an active tester (not always porter) for the following architectures and I 
intend
to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

i386, amd64, armel

- test most base packages on this architecture (every day tasks)
- test arch-related things
- test lots of ipv6 related issues


sparc, powerpc
- test base packages on this architecture (not every day)

I also own SGI Indy (mips*), HP (hppa) and have access to HP Itanium (ia64).
I have plans to do some debian on them, in my limited free time.

I am not a DD/DM

Gatis Visnevskis



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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-20 Thread Federico Sologuren
i have a HP Visualize B2000 that i managed to install last night from iso
distribution that i found after a lot of looking. at this point only
terminal is working. will keep reading to get debian up and running.

i would like to get involved. will need some additional information on what
is needed and what skills are required. what does DD/DM stand for?


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 4:32 AM, Gasha ga...@pie-dabas.net wrote:

 Hi,

 I am an active tester (not always porter) for the following architectures
 and I intend
 to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

 i386, amd64, armel

 - test most base packages on this architecture (every day tasks)
 - test arch-related things
 - test lots of ipv6 related issues


 sparc, powerpc
 - test base packages on this architecture (not every day)

 I also own SGI Indy (mips*), HP (hppa) and have access to HP Itanium
 (ia64).
 I have plans to do some debian on them, in my limited free time.

 I am not a DD/DM

 Gatis Visnevskis



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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-19 Thread Niels Thykier
On 2013-09-01 09:33, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,
 
 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].
 
 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.
 
 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:
 
 [...]
 
 Niels, on behalf of the release team
 
 [LAST-BITS] 
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html
 
 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie
 


Hi all,

Here is a little status update on the mails we have received so far.
First off, thanks to all the porters who have already replied!

So far, the *no one* has stepped up to back the following architectures:

   hurd-i386
   ia64
   mips
   mipsel
   s390x

I have pinged some people and #d-hurd, so this will hopefully be amended
soon.  Remember that the *deadline is 1st of October*.

In the list above, I excluded:

  amd64 and i386: requirement for porters is waived
  s390: Being removed from testing during the Jessie cycle
(Agreement made during the Wheezy release cycle)

The following table shows the porters for each architecture in
*unstable* that I have data on so far:

armel: Wookey (DD)
armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD)
kfreebsd-amd64: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD),
   Petr Salinger (!DD), Robert Millan (DD)
kfreebsd-i386: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD),
   Petr Salinger (!DD), Robert Millan (DD)
powerpc: Geoff Levand (!DD), Roger Leigh (DD)
sparc: Axel Beckert (DD), Rainer Herbst (!DD)


If you are missing from this list above, then I have missed your email.
 Please follow up to this mail with a message-ID (or resend it,
whichever you prefer).

We also got a number of people interested in architectures not currently
in unstable.  These are:

  alpha: Bill MacAllister (!DD), Kieron Gillespie (!DD)
  arm64: Wookey (DD)
  parisc/hppa: Helge Deller (!DD)
  ppc64: Steven Gawroriski (!DD)
  sparc64: Steven Gawroriski (!DD), Kieron Gillespie (!DD)

This will hopefully teach me to remember to include the in unstable
restriction to the next roll call.  :)  Anyhow, if you are working on
these architectures on debian-ports and saw a new name in the list
above, this might be an opportunity to recruit new people.


We also received a couple of emails from people who are not or did not
want to be porters at the moment.  However, they expressed an interest
in the architectures:

  David Kuehling: mipsel
- debug arch-related issues
  Meelis Roos: ppc, sparc64 (parisc)
- test and report bugs in upstream kernel
  Peter Green: armhf (possibly any-arm)
- works on raspbian


In the template email included in the roll call, we included some tasks
that people might be doing.  These are the task people have said they
are doing for a given port.

  * test packages: armhf, kfreebsd-amd64 (x4), kfreebsd-i386 (x4),
 powerpc, sparc (x2)
  * fix toolchain issues: armhf, powerpc
  * triage arch-specific bugs: armhf, kfreebsd-amd64 (x3),
 kfreebsd-i386 (x3), powerpc, sparc (x2)
  * fix arch-related bugs: armhf, kfreebsd-amd64 (x3),
  kfreebsd-i386 (x3), powerpc
  * maintain buildds: armhf, kfreebsd-amd64, kfreebsd-i386

NB: I have manually translated some prose-text into the items above, so
something might have been lost (or gained) in that translation.

Some of the porters also added some new items.  I have included some of
these items below:

  + test d-i when needed: powerpc (x2)
  + maintain arch-related pkgs: kfreebsd-amd64, kfreebsd-i386
  + maintain non-DSA porter box: kfreebsd-amd64
  + maintain production system of $arch: sparc/stable
  + can offer hardware access[1]: sparc (Axel Beckert)
  + eglibc issues: kfreebsd-amd64, kfreebsd-i386
  + maintain+test cross-toolchains for $arch: armel, armhf

~Niels

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-19 Thread Thomas Schwinge
Hi!

I'm not a DD or DM, but an upstream contributor and maintainer for the
toolchain, both for different things at work, and in my free time for the
Hurd.  I have no plans to stop this, so this will cover the jessie
lifetime.  As time permits, I also work on the Hurd itself, and advise
contributors in porting issues as well as work on porting issues myself.

Using your template: For Hurd, I fix toolchain issues, and to a lesser
degree triage arch-specific bugs and fix arch-related bugs.


Grüße,
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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-19 Thread Svante Signell
On Sun, 2013-09-01 at 09:33 +0200, Niels Thykier wrote:
Hi,

I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

For hurd-i386, I
- test most packages on this architecture
- fix toolchain issues
- triage arch-specific bugs
- fix arch-related bugs

I am a not (yet) a DM/DD
Svante Signell



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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing (Status update)

2013-09-19 Thread Lennart Sorensen
On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 10:38:29AM +0200, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Here is a little status update on the mails we have received so far.
 First off, thanks to all the porters who have already replied!
 
 So far, the *no one* has stepped up to back the following architectures:
 
hurd-i386
ia64
mips
mipsel
s390x
 
 I have pinged some people and #d-hurd, so this will hopefully be amended
 soon.  Remember that the *deadline is 1st of October*.
 
 In the list above, I excluded:
 
   amd64 and i386: requirement for porters is waived
   s390: Being removed from testing during the Jessie cycle
 (Agreement made during the Wheezy release cycle)
 
 The following table shows the porters for each architecture in
 *unstable* that I have data on so far:
 
 armel: Wookey (DD)
 armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD)
 kfreebsd-amd64: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD),
Petr Salinger (!DD), Robert Millan (DD)
 kfreebsd-i386: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD),
Petr Salinger (!DD), Robert Millan (DD)
 powerpc: Geoff Levand (!DD), Roger Leigh (DD)
 sparc: Axel Beckert (DD), Rainer Herbst (!DD)
 
 
 If you are missing from this list above, then I have missed your email.
  Please follow up to this mail with a message-ID (or resend it,
 whichever you prefer).

Message-ID: 20130904160124.gt12...@csclub.uwaterloo.ca
Sent September 4th.

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-05 Thread Helge Deller
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
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Hello,

I am not currently a porter but I would like to be one for the
architecture parisc/hppa.

I currently have lots of parisc hardware (5 workstations and 4 servers), 
all currently running debian unstable from our own debian repository
at www.parisc-linux.org.

My involvement for debian-parisc so far:
- - I was one of the initiators of parisc-linux port back in 1999.
- - I have continuous worked on the ports since then.
- - I'm currently one of the two official linux kernel maintainers for
  the parisc port at kernel.org.
- - I've fixed quite some debian bugs reported for parisc in the past,
  including locking functions in gcc, KDE fixes, udev fixes and many more.
- - I do have a strong linux developer background (C/C++, Assembler) and 
  was formerly a developer at a major linux distributor. 
- - I'm maintaining the parisc-linux website and wikis. 

I am not a DD/DM but would like to become one.

At last, I would be happy if parisc could become again a supported
platform in the debian-ports repositories for the lifetime of Jessie.

parisc was dropped with debian squeeze, because there were quite some
stability issues with the Linux kernel at that time. Currently, 
upstream kernel 3.10 (stable) and kernel 3.11 do work reliable on all
major machines.  

 -- Helge Deller


On 09/01/2013 09:33 AM, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,
 
 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].
 
 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.
 
 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:
 
 
   Hi,
   
   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:
 
   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...
   
   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM
   
   YOUR NAME
 
 
 Niels, on behalf of the release team
 
 [LAST-BITS] 
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html
 
 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie
 
 
 

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-04 Thread Bill MacAllister



Hi,

I am an active porter for the alpha architecture in that I run two
buildd servers and I intend to continue this for the lifetime of the
jessie release:

For alpha, I
 - test some packages on this architecture
 - maintain buildds

I am not a DD/DM

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-04 Thread Steven Gawroriski
Hello,

I am not currently a porter but I would like to be one for the
architectures ppc64 and sparc64.

I currently have no hardware, but I will be obtaining ppc64 and sparc64
systems in the very near future (within 2 weeks).

I do have advanced C knowledge and have programmed
for 12 years. I have programmed for i386, amd64, powerpc, mips, and
sparc.

I have never contributed to Debian before, but have worked on
multiple personal projects.

I am not a DD/DM.

 -- Steven Gawroriski


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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-04 Thread Kieron Gillespie
  Hi,

  I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
  to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

  For SPARC64, I
  - test a lot of the packages for KDE4 Desktop
  - testing and currently preparing patches for Iceweasel
  - test Vanilla build of the Linux kernel, trying to find out why
everything after 2.8 breaks certain builds.
  - currently own a Sun Blade 2500, a Netra X1, and a SunFire T2000
  - help port random projects to Sparc64

  For Alpha, I
  - test basic functionality of Xorg and XFCE
  - port random projects to Alpha



  I am not a DD/DM

  YOUR NAME


On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 3:33 AM, Niels Thykier ni...@thykier.net wrote:


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 Hash: SHA256

 Hi,

 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].

 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.

 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:

 
   Hi,

   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...

   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM

   YOUR NAME
 

 Niels, on behalf of the release team

 [LAST-BITS]
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html

 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie

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Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-01 Thread Niels Thykier

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Hash: SHA256

Hi,

As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].

If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
the port.

Feel free to use the following template as your reply:


  Hi,
  
  I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
  to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

  For ARCH, I
  - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
  - fix toolchain issues
  - triage arch-specific bugs
  - fix arch-related bugs
  - maintain buildds
  - ...
  
  I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM
  
  YOUR NAME


Niels, on behalf of the release team

[LAST-BITS] http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html

[WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-01 Thread Adam Holland
Hi, sorry I'm not a skilled programmer, I just have a historic SGI O2 to
play around with a bit. If the hardware dies, I won't really have any
reaspn to stay involved with this port.

-Adam


On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 3:33 AM, Niels Thykier ni...@thykier.net wrote:


 -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
 Hash: SHA256

 Hi,

 As we announced in [LAST-BITS], we would like to get a better idea of
 that status of the ports, to make an informed decision about which
 port can be released with jessie. One of the steps is to get an
 overview of which of the porters are (still) active for each
 port. Once the results from the role-call are in, we will request
 other information about the status of the ports. In the meantime, feel
 free to update and collect info about the ports in the Debian wiki[WIKI].

 If you are (or intend to become) an active porter for the lifetime of
 jessie, then please send a signed email explaining your involvement in
 the port to the Release Team debian-rele...@lists.debian.org before
 1st of October 2013. Please explain the level of your involvement in
 the port.

 Feel free to use the following template as your reply:

 
   Hi,

   I am an active porter for the following architectures and I intend
   to continue this for the lifetime of the jessie release:

   For ARCH, I
   - test (most|all) packages on this architecture
   - fix toolchain issues
   - triage arch-specific bugs
   - fix arch-related bugs
   - maintain buildds
   - ...

   I am a DD|I am a DM|I am not a DD/DM

   YOUR NAME
 

 Niels, on behalf of the release team

 [LAST-BITS]
 http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2013/08/msg6.html

 [WIKI] https://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/Jessie

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Re: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing

2013-09-01 Thread Kip Warner
On Sun, 2013-09-01 at 20:18 -0400, Adam Holland wrote:
 Hi, sorry I'm not a skilled programmer, I just have a historic SGI O2 to
 play around with a bit. If the hardware dies, I won't really have any
 reaspn to stay involved with this port.

Still cool that you have one though!

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