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Re: [trinity-devel] 14.0.5 schedule? 14.1.0 schedule?

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2018 04:05:57 +0200
On Thursday 31 of May 2018 03:40:10 Jimmy Johnson wrote:
> On 05/30/2018 04:43 PM, Mike Bird wrote:
> > On Wed May 30 2018 16:19:09 Jimmy Johnson wrote:
> >> My big concern is keeping both systemd and plasma out of my computer
> >> and I consider it a challenge seeing how trinity is probably being
> >> developed on computers with systemd installed and particularly as
> >> ubuntu has systemd locked-in.  I'm willing to test development of
> >> trinity if it's motivated by no-systemd and no-kde5-framework, as
> >> kde3 was built is the best.  Am I wrong in feeling most trinity
> >> users feel the same way?
> >
> > We're certainly no-systemd on principle and TDE seems to have done a
> > great job of avoiding assimilation by the systemd Borg.  I have no
> > objection in principle to using some app from KDE 5 if we could make
> > it work in TDE but at this time there's nothing we need from KDE 5.
> >
> > Devuan has been very helpful.  However Quagga is essential for our
> > VPNs. Stretch Quagga was systemd-only but they recently restored SysV
> > compatibility in Buster Quagga and that version works fine in Stretch
> > / Ascii without any need for backporting, and just in time for Jessie
> > EOL!
> Your post reminds me of what seems to be a minor bug, when I update
> apt, aptitude or synaptic I get error saying it was looking for ascii
> but found stretch, simple fix is to change trinity repos to stretch,
> but would be nice if the repos worked as ascii on a devuan ascii
> install.
> Thanks,

Distributions for Devuan are in the repository as a simple symlink. 
Therefore, a warning for an unexpected distribution name is displayed 
because all files are identical to the equivalent Debian distribution.

In Preliminary Stable Builds repository, thanks to management by reprepro, 
I could maintain separate 'dists' files for Debian and Devuan over the 
same binary packages, however, in the official QuickBuild repository, 
something like that would be challenging.

Therefore, I hope this warning about the name of the distribution is not 
such a big problem.