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Re: Debian GNU/NetBSD webspace

Put me down for the FreeBSD port. I am a Debian developer, userid is utsl.

On Mon, Jan 28, 2002 at 04:56:57PM -0500, Jimmy Kaplowitz wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2002 at 09:53:12PM +0100, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > One day, when the Hurd and BSD ports become more mature, we will definitely
> > move the stuff from ports/ into linux-ports/ (or something like that) and
> > create hurd-ports/ and bsd-ports/. Or perhaps ports/{linux,hurd,bsd}/.
> > 
> > Until then, ports/netbsd/ should work. OK?
> I have no problem with this; I was mistaken in believing that the Hurd
> pages were at ports/hurd-i386/ rather than ports/hurd/. It is confusing
> having the ports directory be a different name than the architecture
> name, but now that I understand this, ports/netbsd/ is fine with me.
> > Basically we need a list of people who will work on those web pages, in
> > order to know whom to give the appropriate permissions to.
> Well, for now just give permissions to me (jimmy) and Michael Weber
> (michaelw). I'll take responsibility for copying the existing
> debian-bsd.sf.net site over to www.debian.org, and Michael has agreed to
> put up a little bit of information about his work on netbsd-alpha.  Most
> of the active people aren't official Debian developers, but out of those
> that are, SPEAK UP and let Josip and me know that you want to work on
> the website.
> > Once we agree on the location of your stuff, you do whatever you like in
> > there, with some general Debian web site standard compliance.
> We agree; see above.
> > Be sure to read the web pages' web pages (heh) that Alfie pointed you to. We
> > don't expect you to read all of it, but do read the introduction sections
> > and at least skim over the rest. If you have any questions not answered
> > there, don't hesitate to ask.
> I have now read (most of) the relevant web pages. I look forward to
> working on copying the debian-bsd.sf.net site tonight, in a few hours.
> - Jimmy Kaplowitz
> jimmy@debian.org
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