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Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 09:08:49 +0200
From: Daniel Bainton <dpb@...ftaway.org>
To: musl@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Summary of 1.0 marketing plan/scheme/nefarious plot from IRC.

On 30 November 2012 06:38, Jens Staal <staal1978@...il.com> wrote:
> torsdagen den 29 november 2012 14.50.03 skrev  Rob Landley:
>>      - works well with android kernel, installs side-by-side with
>> bionic,
>>        static links well, doesn't introduce any new licensing issues,
>>        provides full posix environment, active and responsive dev
>> community.
>>    - paper magazines
>>      - long shot, but if you send a press release to pc magazine and
>> computerworld
>>        and such explaining how musl might help android bridge the gap
>> between phones
>>        and the desktop they might write a "will android bridge the gap
>> between phones
>>        and the desktop" article mentioning musl.
>
> I like this idea :) and I do believe that the CyanogenMod community might be a
> nice start (although my feeling is that it seems somewhat disorganized with
> downloads from weird file-sharing sites and forum posts - my experience with
> the custom builds has however been very positive).

Huh? CyanogenMod has their own servers where they host their builds.
They are very organized. You must be talking about the tons of other
custom Android builds.

--
Daniel

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