Extend the support of platforms in Soyuz

Fale fabiolocati at gmail.com
Sun Feb 22 21:19:24 UTC 2009

I hope this is the right milinglist for this kind of things (and I, obviusly, 
think so).

First of all, I want to introduce myself.
I'm an 18 years old Italian guy. I'm in my 13th grade (over 13 that we have in 
italy) and I hope to go to the Politechnic of Milan due to arrive to an 
Information Technology degree. In January 2005 I downloaded the Mandriva 
2005.0. I have used it (with two formats for day) for six months. In Jule of 
the same year, I started to use Debian. I passed to ubuntu (kubuntu) in 
Genuary 2007.

I have proposed with this ( https://bugs.launchpad.net/soyuz/+bug/332958 ) bug 
to consider to support more platforms in the PPAs.
This was my proposal:
I think it is very important for making *ubuntu grow, support more platforms 
in PPAs.
I think the main platforms that have to be supported are:
 * amd64 (already present)
 * i386 (already present)
 * lpia (already present)
 * arme
 * hppa
 * ia64
 * powerpc
 * sparc
 * arm
This would make a lot of software available for these platforms.
The ARM company have announced that they want to put Jaunty on their ARM 
I think that this can be strictly connected to another wishlist I proposed 
some time ago( https://bugs.launchpad.net/soyuz/+bug/238370 ).

Thankyou for your time and your "mind cicle" ;)
Fabio A Locati

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