Quoting Wolfgang Lonien (email@example.com): > I'm no DD myself, but would offer help - I've read the Debian > documentations and made some backports so far (for private use only). I > hope that this step would also help with the consideration of other > vendors to offer pre-installed systems, and spread Debian even further. Actually, helping out the D-I development and, particularly some features (including adding some features) is pretty easy even without being a DD. It just requires people to read available docs (in installer/doc in D-I SVN, particularly in devel/ and talks/). Subscribing to -boot is nearly mandatory in case you want an easier interaction. Some long-term commitment is also wished as we prefer avoiding to add features that we won't be able to maintain in the future... Please note that this answer is pretty general. I have no real clue about oem-installer but I "feel" like it could be interesting..:) > > In case of answers, please CC me because I'm currently not subscribed to > the debian-boot mailing list. > > Sorry for my denglish... It is better than my Frenglish, don't worry..:) Also wait for some other answers, particularly more technically-skilled, to give you further advice about your suggestion.
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