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Re: Bitrig support?
On Thu, 22 Sep 2022, Ellenor Bjornsdottir wrote:
I've gone to the #bitrig IRC channel and I've gotten an answer. Bitrig is dead-dead. As you see in the ensuing logs, the IRC channel has 13 users incl. myself, none of whom I believe currently use Bitrig.
22/09 00:31.46 -> MelMalik a rejoint #bitrig
22/09 00:31.46 -- Le titre pour #bitrig est "All hope abandon ye who enter here."
22/09 00:31.46 -- Titre défini par ChanServ (services%services.oftc.net@localhost) le dim., 14 août 2022 19:55:49
22/09 00:31.46 -- Canal #bitrig : 13 pseudos (1 op, 0 voice, 12 normaux)
22/09 00:31.48 -- Canal créé le lun., 02 déc. 2013 15:24:15
22/09 00:32.03 < MelMalik> That's definitely a topic.
22/09 00:33.27 < MelMalik> Charlotte Koch from pkgsrc writes on the pkgsrc mailing list, "does it make sense to keep Bitrig support in pkgsrc?" To the extent that there remains a
Bitrig community, I proffer that it makes sense to confront said community with this information.
22/09 04:00.26 <@drahn> essentially, no. there is no sense in keeping Bitrig support.
22/09 04:06.55 < MelMalik> thanks.
22/09 04:07.27 < MelMalik> and may I ask your relation to the Bitrig project, drahn ?
22/09 04:11.18 <@drahn> ex-developer (the only one left here)
22/09 04:11.54 <@drahn> the last work that occurred on bitrig was arm64 port which I was working on.
22/09 04:12.27 < MelMalik> thank you
22/09 04:12.39 < MelMalik> and do I have your permission to release this to the pkgsrc-users mailing list?
22/09 04:12.47 <@drahn> sure.
22/09 04:12.51 < MelMalik> thank you.
Thanks for reaching out to them, Ellenor. That's definitely conclusive.
As I mentioned in another message on this thread, I think I'll go ahead
and remove Bitrig support once the current freeze is finished.
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