Thomas Bächler wrote:
> Andreas Radke schrieb:
>> You must have mixed the mailing lists!
> Actually, no.
>> Arch64 was founded to never have support for 32bit compatibilty. So
>> move this into the community/AUR list.
> Yeah, maybe, and I am extending it.
>> I give you a strict -1 for any 32bit compat stuff in our officially
>> supported repos as I already told you in private discussions. I've
>> spent several weeks if not even months to make it as clean as possible.
> What you are saying is that by adding an extra capability (again,
> separate repository, nothing to pollute core or extra in any way), we
> destroy the clean-ness of your so clean (and yeah, it is clean) system.
> That's just irrational.
> The fact that you don't quote a single line from my posting tells me
> that you haven't even read any of my propositions. Why don't you give
> technical arguments instead of making this personal?
> The reason I want to maintain this on our ftp is that I want it to be
> easily accessible to our devs and users, as I can't maintain it alone.
> The reason I don't want this (at least the core of it) in community is
> that I want it to be separate from the rest.
> Besides, unless you want to maintain the packages or use them by
> activating the repository in pacman.conf, you won't even notice it's there.
>> It would be a reason for me to stepdown here!
> Now you're just being childish!
100% agree with Andreas, again this is about principles. And I think Andreas has the same principles as me, either you go full x86-64 or you don't. A middle road is messy. If it were up to me the kernel wouldn't even have support for executing 32 bit stuff (right now that option is enabled).