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>I'll have to change email adress in the future (near) and was wondering if
>a solution for this problem could be solved by creating a forward mail
>account for every developer on debian.org. At only one place in the 
>complete debian-distribution the developers real email adress would be
>available and to be changed. Is this smart or stupid or are better ways
>to solve this problem available?
>Would we need more bandwidth if we should use this solution?
>Would debian.org be overloaded?
>Other pro's or con's?

You could always get an account at "pobox.com".  I have one.  It's $15
per year with 3 months free.  They will allow you up to three aliases
and will even forward http requests for your homepage.

I'm there:  bcwhite@pobox.com

                                 ( bcwhite@bnr.ca )

    In theory, theory and practice are the same.  In practice, they're not.

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