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Re: corporate debian desktop

Le lundi 03 avril 2006 à 02:11 +0100, Luis Matos a écrit :
> Jerome Warnier wrote:
> >Le lundi 27 mars 2006 à 09:36 +0100, Luis Matos a écrit : 
> >Actually 
> >
> >We just released version 1.0 last week, and will move to the next
> >version, based on Etch, in the following few days (work has actually
> >already started in the background).
> >I think there is no need to start it again and again, so maybe you could
> >join and/or fork, but the problem could be now that we discuss about the
> >development mainly in French. The code and comments are all in good
> >English though, including the CVS comments. It will soon become even
> >more modular too, and we will try to integrate the GTK frontend to d-i.
> >
> >
> >[1] We, the LUG of Brussels: http://www.bxlug.be
> >[2] http://www.librassoc.be
> >
> >  
> >
> Sorry, i missed this post. Really, your project goes with my intents, 
> but my effort is to make this to be "debian supported" and to be known.
Our goal is to make as little modifications to Debian as possible. And
so far, we succeeded clearly.

> Really, your project's page is all in french and i could not find the 
> cvs link. Preseeding is not in my plans, but as someone said, it would 
> be nice to include this in tasksel, when something is done and preseed 
> only the configuration steps (configuration of network conection, etc, etc)
Sorry, we lately changed the site engine, and as a result translations
lag behind.
The link to the ViewCvs is simply: http://cvs.bxlug.be/.
There is a link there to download a tarball. Anonymous access to the CVS
is possible, but only through SSH like described here:

> please send me the cvs link.

Tell me if you need more.

> best regards
> Luis Matos

Jérôme Warnier
FLOSS Consultant

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