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From: Raphael Marichez <falco@g.o>
Subject: Re: Assigning bugs to treecleaners
Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 17:54:02 +0200
>
> I have to admit - I'd never heard of the project until now (so maybe I'm
> not alone...?). 

same for me (i'm a new dev, but i have been reading and learning 
www.gentoo.org for a while now :)  )

IMHO this seems a good idea. The portage tree is growing every week, every 
month, and it doesn't really suit for the very little systems (embedded 
linux) nowadays. Furthermore, with the old 2.0-portage, the syncing and 
caching had become really long.
So this project sounds sane. It's rather new, isn't it ?

cheers
-- 

Raphael Marichez aka Falco
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Re: Assigning bugs to treecleaners
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-- Alec Warner
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