[Opendnssec-develop] Minutes of today's teleconf
Rick van Rein
rick at openfortress.nl
Wed Jun 27 08:53:43 UTC 2012
> I could see us change the list to:
> Ubuntu (its based on debian but heavly modified)
My gut-feeling that Ubuntu is so popular that it would make sense
to support both active Ubuntu LTS versions is not warranted by
the survey, so I won't persue that suggestion any further.
> OpenSUSE (it shares code with SLES but they are not really based on each
> other, kernel and software versions differ a lot)
> NetBSD (even if most BSD shares they do have their own libc impl and it can
> be good to test on them for portability and standard)
> That is 9 and we have a few as 32bit also so if we keep that
> (Ubuntu/RedHat/SLES/FreeBSD) we have 2 left over VMs that we could use to
> run next major dist version of the most used side by side.
> What do people think?
This looks like a solid list.
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