Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting
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Scott James Remnant <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> For $DEITY's sake. Will you please understand that the Ubuntu folks
>> totally failed to inform their fellows about what was going on ? And
>> at the time, there was no Canonical website, no Ubuntu website. Only a
>> handful of patches up on no-name-yet.
> At the same time, neither the company name nor name of the distribution
> had been decided! So there could hardly have been websites for things
> that didn't actually exist.
That's what I wrote. I've been told "look at the Ubuntu website", and
I'll do, promised. But I already figured out most of what I needed to
> The front page of www.no-name-yet.com clearly stated we were a group of
> Debian Developers working on a derived distribution, and so did the
> announcement sent to debian-devel.
> There was nothing else to report.
I feel something, some explanation, was missing, and in fact, still
is. I just can't tell you what.
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