Ubuntu Studio built by Canonical using Universe.
coryisatm at nc.rr.com
Tue Jul 24 15:02:57 BST 2007
Colin Watson wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 05, 2007 at 11:37:40AM +0100, Matt Zimmerman wrote:
>> The reason that the standard build process excludes universe is as a safety
>> mechanism, because we do not want to inadvertently ship software from
>> universe. It should be possible to modify this for the Ubuntu Studio build.
> I suppose I'll do this if I have to, but I'm really not happy about it.
> The safest part of that safety mechanism is that binaries from universe
> are not even on the build system's disk.
Well a.t.m. it looks as though it would be too tight to do this in this
dev cycle so if we can proceed this way I think it will be good.
* Ubuntu Studio gets its packages into the archives and builds its
disk this time again.
* Canonical hosts the disks in a manner in line with the current
structure. ie: On http://cdimage.ubuntu.com
* We figure out a system over this dev cycle and at the next UDS
(Ill be at that one) that will meet the needs of everyone.
Getting the disks built/hosted by Canonical would be a great help to our
project and would help free up some of our guys to fix more bugs in the
Universe packages we use.
Also we don't want to to completely take away from the current
resources. Once a suitable process is in place for our disks joejaxx
(https://launchpad.net/~joejaxx) can manage anything needed for us on
this front. With a little info I'm sure. ;)
-Cory (Ubuntu Studio project lead)
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