The GNU Toolchain Infrastructure Project

Siddhesh Poyarekar
Tue Oct 4 19:10:35 GMT 2022

On 2022-10-04 15:05, Mark Wielaard wrote:
> I did indeed. Both the proposal and these minutes mention migrating
> websites without mentioning any specifics. Knowing which websites are
> meant and why they need migration is useful information.
> The FSF tech team is helping us coordinating things on overseers to
> help with release archives, mirroring, backups and sourceware
> continuity. If this is about migrating websites currently on
> then talking to the FSF tech team does make sense. If it
> isn't about that, then we will simply note that and move one.
> We do take this proposal, and all other suggestions people make about
> the sourceware infrastructure, seriously, but a lot of details of this
> proposal are still unclear. We are trying to get as much details as
> possible so we can see how this fits into the current sourceware
> roadmap, get a better understanding of the budgetary needs, file
> sourceware infrastructure bugs with those details. All to get a better
> understanding what the real needs are and document the necessary steps
> forward.

I had in fact missed the websites mention, sorry I overreacted to your 
comment.  In that case, I don't know if the GNU websites are actually 
part of this proposal.


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