Heads-up notice for Debian 1.1 Beta test.
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We have been beta-testing the 1.1 ELF release with our active user
community (those who are reading email@example.com) for
several weeks. In a few days, we will widen the beta-test to the entire
Internet. If you are interested in participating in this beta-test, you
might want to start mirroring ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/unstable/ ,
so that you have the beta-test files on hand when the announcement is
released. If you plan to run a permanent mirror, please contact Matt
Bailey <firstname.lastname@example.org> for a mirror log-in. If you are a CD
manufacturer, please wait for the software to go from beta to released
status before you include it on your CD.
The new Debian release can be favorably compared to very best of
commercial Linux distributions. Debian is a non-profit organization
dedicated to free software. Any person or organization can participate
as a peer with all other developers. There is no fee or consortium
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