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put back old one or give new one

From: Yoshinori K. Okuji
Subject: put back old one or give new one
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 08:09:51 +0900
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Well, my account on GNU machines has been reactivated. I give best
thanks to Pavel Roskin. I couldn't continue the maintainer without his

BTW, I'm now wondering which is better, to put back 0.92 on
alpha.gnu.org, or to publish a new version (i.e. 0.93).

At one hand, it is easy to put the distributions for 0.92, but I feel
that a bit foolish, as it is well-known that 0.92 doesn't work with
some systems at all.

At the other hand, I'm a little dissatisfied with the quality of the
current version, because the Multiboot Specification 0.7 hasn't been
finished yet, and the Gate A20 problem isn't fixed.

What do you think?


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