quite some packages were un-stabilized across the tree recently.
In general that is in my opinion a good thing if it helps us keep up, in
particular where many arches are involved.
What's the general opinion on re-stabilizing things on *amd64* only?
I would say that maintaining a larger stable tree is comparatively easy there,
since everyone of us devs is running (I guess) an amd64 machine and can
stabilize own packages.
Background, I tried to locally emulate www.g.o using jekyll, and ran into
troubles because lots of dev-ruby/* lost stable keywords. Newest ~arch didn't
do the job, so I needed to figure out the config of www.g.o (corresponding to
former stable) first...
Andreas K. Hüttel
Gentoo Linux developer
(council, qa, toolchain, base-system, perl, libreoffice)
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