cvs commit: www/en index.xsl
Bruce A. Mah
bmah at freebsd.org
Fri May 12 15:55:38 UTC 2006
If memory serves me right, Ceri Davies wrote:
> On Fri, May 12, 2006 at 05:41:50AM +0200, Andre Oppermann wrote:
>> Bruce A. Mah wrote:
>>> If memory serves me right, Andre Oppermann wrote:
>>>> andre 2006-05-12 02:54:03 UTC
>>>> FreeBSD doc repository (src committer)
>>>> Modified files:
>>>> en index.xsl
>>>> Alpha has left the building. Add ARM and rearrange the list of
>>>> a bit.
>>> I wonder if the !alpha part was a little premature? Yes, the alpha
>>> kernel bits are gone from HEAD, but they're still around on RELENG_5 and
>>> RELENG_6, and we're still planning to do releases from both of those
>>> codelines. The first release that won't include alpha will be 7.0, and
>>> its release cycle doesn't even *start* for over a year.
>>> Just a thought...
>> There are like two remaining Alpha users and we most likely won't gain
>> any new ones in the foreseeable future. Though we are compiling releases
>> according to jhb it isn't even clear they actually work on Alpha. It's
>> not actively maintained anymore. It really has left the building and there
>> is no point in advertising it on our homepage instead of on some random
>> tombstone somewhere out in the past architectures graveyard.
> That's as may be, but you really should have gotten approval from a doc
> committer for this commit. Bruce is one, he disagrees, you should back
> it out.
Just for the record, I didn't even notice what set of commit bits andre
has, and I would have sent exactly the same comment even if he was a
member of doceng@ or core at . :-)
It's also true that the sun is still going to come up tomorrow no matter
what winds up on the homepage, so I'd like people not to get *too*
worked up over this, regardless of how they feel.
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