Producing community binaries for OpenJDK
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Thu Mar 23 14:59:46 UTC 2017
2017-03-23 15:30 GMT+01:00 Martijn Verburg <martijnverburg at gmail.com>:
> A key idea is that the entirety of the build infrastructure (servers,
> build scripts etc) will be open and auditable so that end users can
> know exactly how a binary was built.
> We currently have Linux x64 and Mac OS X and are looking to rapidly
> add the other common Linux variants + Windoze and Solaris. I imagine
> some strong collaboration can form here with IcedTea and other
Yes, this is a nice idea.
IcedTea is already the base for most downstream Linux distributions,
but we don't have the resources to offer a build farm or binaries, so
I can see value added in this case. You should really try to sync up
with Jiri about that.
For the windozer stuff, Alex Kashchenko is working on that, it may
make sense for you to sync up with him too, I think his work is quite
advanced at this stage:
> We're still working on the publicizing of the slack channel so there's
> nothing hidden and I've got an About page to throw up but then the
> strawman prototype is ready to be looked at and we can organise a
> Google hangout or similar for the core people behind the Docker /
> script and website work to explain how it all hangs together.
I'm looking forward for the iron curtain to be lifted ;)
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