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Re: about debian bsd

I only recently subscribed to this list.  The last time I heard
about debian-bsd, there was a rather large flamewar about the
legal implications of it.  What was the result of that?

Which bsd was the maintainer working on, and could the files
in the debian maintainer's home directory be made publically

On Tue, Nov 14, 2000 at 11:09:23PM +0100, Martin Schulze wrote:
> Atanas Prejdarov wrote:
> > Hi, 
> > I was unable to receive debian-bsd list for about 6 months so I'm just asking is there any news /on debian site bsd is not even listed in /ports section :(/ and any software fo download or link to look at ?
> It seems this "port" was withdrawn although I'd really like to see
> it continue.  It's still a private project of one Debian maintainer
> instead of an official port.  All files are placed in his homedir
> and not on the official Debian FTP server.
> If you want to continue, I'd say, go ahead.
> Regards,
> 	Joey
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