I have been conducting a series of tests and I can say that there
is a problem with the build service for the -current snapshots.
Here is my findings:
1> Get the code from CVS
2> Build it
3> Get the snapshot
----> it's not the same.
I think of course this problem could be solved easily, so I search
the mailing-list and I find that the snapshots are make manually by
one person. I must say this person is a very courageous, but his
wasting is time and the quality of the project (and also as a
consequence, my time is wasted too).
I suggest people always use the code that already exist to automate
their task. For example, we could use the openSUSE build-service.
Notice how their name also includes the word 'open', so it's very
I know how to use it very well, and I think I can be of some help
with that process.
Please contact me about this matter, I will reply directly to you
with my desired username for my @openbsd.org email address, please
don't just go creating it all for me without contacting me first to
get my opinion because sometimes email addresses can be ugly and I
don't like that.
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 00:59:40 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
This *has* to be made up by some of you guys :D Is this a practical joke
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On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 2:47 PM, Hugo Osvaldo Barrera <
So, was bsdmaster@ already taken?
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