wasabi at larvalstage.net
Mon Jul 17 00:02:40 BST 2006
I'd be interested helping somebody start a basic armel or whatever
bootstrap of edgy. It doesn't have to work on any specific devices, or
be fast... but a simple qemu bootable system would be nice.
On Sun, 2006-07-16 at 09:36 -0700, Anderson Lizardo wrote:
> Geoffrey O'Callaghan <geoffocal at optushome.com.au> wrote:
> > So... where can I find more information? I'd like to add to the
> > development effort where possible, but in order to do so I really
> > need
> > to know the current state.
> Unfortunately, there wasn't much progress since initial development and
> proposition on UBZ meeting, mainly due to lack of time from the
> original proposers (I was one of them). Since them, I worked on
> integrating my contributions (those marked as DONE in the
> "Implementation" section) back into Debian. I posted all patches as bug
> reports to Debian's BTS, and most of the patches to QEMU were accepted,
> except for the most important one (the binfmt support), which was not
> integrated because the package maintainer wanted a "cleaner" solution.
> Some people also contacted me off-list with suggestions and willing to
> contribute, but nothing concrete was done so far.
> It's clear that this project should only succeed with the help of the
> community. If we get enough interest and people willing to contribute,
> we can even get something done for Edgy (maybe not something
> _complete_, but at least a base system to start with).
> So, in what things are you willing to help? Is anyone interested in
> working with EmbeddedUbuntu? I currently have little free time to make
> big contributions, but I certainly can dedicate some time if more
> people volunteer to help.
> Best Regards,
> Anderson Lizardo
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