Re: [Ksummit-2007-discuss] Re: [Ksummit-2006-discuss] 2007 Linux Kernel Summit

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Dave Jones wrote:
On Tue, Jan 30, 2007 at 01:30:56PM +1000, Greg Ungerer wrote:
> > Dave Jones wrote:
 > > On Tue, Jan 30, 2007 at 01:06:17AM +0100, Jes Sorensen wrote:
 > >  > Then there is the issue of architectures, at least in my book KS should
 > >  > focus on the ones that are really live and not in maintenance mode.
 > >  > x86_64, x86_32, PPC, ia64, ARM seems to be the driving ones these days,
 > >  > m68k, Sparc32, and others, somewhat less so .....
> > > > Again, I don't recall us spending any time at all discussing m68k, or
 > > sparc, whilst the others you mention were well represented.
> > Well, others where represented, I was there looking after non-mmu m68k
 > for example (and other general non-mmu stuff). There just wasn't much
 > contentious stuff in that space that needed wider discussion.

Right, other than during the CPU architects panel, I don't remember
any non x86/ia64/ppc stuff being brought up at all.
Yep. IIRC the CPU architects panel was all x86/x86_64/ppc too wasn't it?

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