( CC'ing Adam Williamson, since he seems to get stuck with a lot of
the backend stuff. Thread can be found here:
On Mon, Aug 28, 2017 at 11:25 AM, Daniel Hopson
Where do we currently stand with people? That's my main concern.
And, what infrastructure are we using? I haven't found any information about
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Not sure where we stand with people - only two of us are listed on the
Arch page that Stephen set up. :) It would be great to have a
semi-official list. Is the Arch a good enough place for a list? Other
With regard to infrastructure, my understanding is that we will
continue to leverage resources that we have been using, including
build and test resources. The biggest hole is actual i686 hardware for
testing boot up and kernel-related items. I have a machine or two at
home I can use, and I suspect I can track down a few additional
machines that have been relegated to door stops.
Do we know of any specific ways in which current infrastructure is insufficient?