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Re: pkgsrc-current-destdir Linux 2.6.24-1-686-bigmem/i686 bulk build results 20080716.1221

 >> > That section only shows that some people maintain more packages than
 >> > others.
 >> No. This section counts a number of broken packages per maintainer.

> As others have said, "broken packages" may have a myriad of
> reasons, so this list becomes rather meaningless.  As one
> example, if you don't set X11_TYPE=modular,
Yes, these counts are not ideal, and needs to be improved. If you know
when they "don't work", feel free to let me know.

I repeat again, the purpose of these counts were NOT to blame pkgsrc
developers. You may think about them as "further improvements are
needed".  As I already said in pkgsrc-tech@ distbb is still in beta
stage. Any type of feedback is welcomed.

3) native X11 vs. modular xorg
4) ??? suggestions ???

> many, if not most of the modular packages in pkgsrc will fail
> to build on any system.
First, I'll add an option to disable this section at all.
Second, I'm running distbb bulk builds under Linux always with 


> by the maintainer of the packages, or shouldn't we instead
> thank him for doing it in the first place instead?
"Top maintainers"?

Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.

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