Uncorrectable freedom and security issues on x86 platforms

Albert Dengg albert at fsfe.org
Sun Apr 24 08:38:27 UTC 2016

On Sun, Apr 24, 2016 at 09:29:55AM +0200, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> Debian already does that:
> https://buildd.debian.org/
>   (see the list of CPU architectures across the top of the table)
> Here is an example for one of my own packages built on all
> architectures.  The build also runs the unit tests on every
> architecture, to catch any big endian issues, etc:
> https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=resiprocate&suite=sid
> Another thing that comes to mind: getting some of this hardware out in
> public at events.  What would it take to have some POWER-based systems
> on display at LinuxWochen and MiniDebConf Vienna (28 April - 1 May)
> this week, or at DebConf in July?
with some luck, there will be a novena at the MiniDebconf (we have
at least a talk, i would have to ask philipp if he is there just for
his talk or if he has more time...
> Vienna would be good because there is a lot of official interest in
> reducing the dependency on US technologies:
> http://techrights.org/2009/12/11/osor-updates/
> and there are various projects going on there already.
well, the advances of the city goverment are unfortunatly mixed...

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