Blah, one of the Kachina's UltraSPARC's is barfing out CPU errors. Come to find out, it is possibly a bad memory module :(
Data merging is coming along slowly. There is so much divergence and special casing, I'm not sure how valid the end result will be. I think in the end we will have to choose a primary source to pull from and use the second and third db's for "additional" info, and then start updating the primary db (most likely the PeopleSoft db).
My server is back up, which means the SPARC build daemon will be operating again. I loathe the day I have to start working on woody. All of the new packages promise to be a nightmare for the autobuilders I'm sure.
Been corresponding with Billy at LinuxISO about supplying him with regular updates for potato (Debian 2.2) ISO's. He's very interested so expect some Real Soon Now for all 6 of Debian's supported architectures (for potato that means Intel, Alpha, Motorola 68k, SPARC/UltraSPARC, PowerPC and Arm).