> If you can get the packages to me at least one day before > release, then I > will create a Slackware folder on the main project mirror > that contains > them. One way to do this would be for you to > temporarily publish a > tarball on your website under a private link that only you > and I know. Okay, let's try that. How about prepping the folder before then so we can test? I can upload some of the smaller packages to provide a testing bed. You could create the link on the main page when ready for the official release, but we can test the back end before then. For some reason my builds failed last night. SVN 1180441. I suspect the problem is ccache and not using make clean correctly. I wish I knew what I was doing wrong. The build seems to be going okay now, but to be sure, I will have to purge svn and update, then wait another 8 hours to prove the build succeeds. I think rather than use ccache I'll revert to the previous method I used of copying the svn files to tmpfs. That is the same basic method you use with using rsync to create a copy of svn. I could try that too and then hope ccache works correctly on the second copy of svn, but if not, then I have a local svn copy to quickly duplicate. Copying svn to tmpfs prevents using ccache but always provides a clean directory.