On Thu, Aug 27, 1998 at 02:02:34PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote: > Michael Bramer wrote: > > Ok? > > This doesn't resolve the naming problem in any way. > > This just avoids new official cd images. > > This doesn't avoid cd vendors using the newest snapshot for making > their own cd. > First: I have no problem with the 'r' in the Version of the CD. I have no problem with the '.' in the Version of the CD. But after the mails and a thoughts about the CD release, I think the patch-cd is the best way. The hamm-cd-iamges are software with a very good quality. A 'normal' user don't need the patch-cd. And if he need one or two programs, he can download it from ftp.debian.org. If we make cd's between the image-set, than we should make a patch-cd. The vendors have only one cd-set and no problem with the versions. A vendors can make the patch-cd, if he see a market for this cd. in short: no cd-set, no problem. Grisu -- Michael Bramer - a Debian Certified Linux Developer http://www.debian.org PGP: finger firstname.lastname@example.org -- Linux Sysadmin -- Use Debian Linux "The Box said 'Windows NT or better', so I installed Debian Linux"
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