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[bug#38390] Starting 'core-updates'?

From: Marius Bakke
Subject: [bug#38390] Starting 'core-updates'?
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2020 16:18:50 +0100
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Jan Nieuwenhuizen <address@hidden> writes:

> Marius Bakke writes:
> Hello Marius,
>> The 'core-updates' branch is starting to look pretty good, and I am
>> happy to report that it "works for me".  :-)
>> Some of the big changes include:
>> I suggest that we set a "freeze" date shortly after FOSDEM to start
>> integrating it.  Are there other branches that should be included?
>> Maybe wip-bootstrap
> Definately maybe!  I think that Timothy, Ludo and I have finally done
> what set out to do (see
> I have squashed the remaining squash-commits and freshly rebased
> `wip-bootstrap' on core-updates, so I think that from our point of view
> we are ready for merge.  WYDT?

Excellent, really looking forward to seeing this merged!  Cutting the
bootstrap seed down to ~60 MiB is nothing short of amazing.

I think that with this branch merged as well as the glibc&binutils
update from <> we are ready to
start the 'core-updates' branch.  \o/

We still need to change the default Guile to 3.0.  Any takers?  :-)

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