Re: debian list summaries
"Josip Rodin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On 14.12.1998., at 12:02, Martin Schulze wrote:
> >Rainer Dorsch wrote:
> >> I am wondering, if there is somewhere a comprehensive Debian lists
> >> summary report. Something like the Debian section of http://lwn.net
> >> but more comprehensive. I am sure there are many people, who would
> >> like to read news about their distribution, but have not the time or
> >> bandwidth ro read the 20+ follow-up article threads in debian-devel or
> >> debian-whatsoever.
> >I don't know about lwn but we have debian-announce and debian-news
> >which cover news about debian. There is also debian-devel-announce
> >but I can't say what it is/was used for and when it was last used.
> >If you want to receive more information, could you summarize the issues
> >you would like to be informed? Maybe something could be arranged.
> Maybe we could arrange that somebody occassionally (every week
> or so) posts to debian-devel-announce some important messages
> or collections of messages (in one) that describe current talks on
> debian-devel. For example, some collected information (quotes)
> from current discussion about project leader candidates. Or a
> tip about someone uploading packages for stable distribution.
> Or a revision of the stable distribution, etc, etc...
> And yes, I volunteer.
Many thanks for the mention of the Linux Weekly News (lwn).
Whatever you provide, we'll be happy to provide pointers to
it, much as we do for the mentioned Python-URL! and Tcl-URL!
monthly newsletters. They do an excellent job of covering
topics in-depth that we only have the time to skim.
Liz Coolbaugh (for the LWN team)