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Re: Unsupported Debian [was: Re: [New maintainer] Working for De

On Wed, Aug 04, 1999 at 07:49:04PM +0200, Christian Surchi wrote:

> > http://www.internatif.org/bortzmeyer/debian/apt-sources/
> > 
> > Feel free to register unofficial APT sources here. If it works, I'll request
> > a 
> > place on www.debian.org for it. In the mean time, let's say it's the 
> > unofficial list of unofficial sources.
> I think this is a very good news. :)
> If we create an official list of unofficial sources we can solve a lot of
> problems and we can also avoid the creation of redhat-like contrib. :)

This is essentially creating a redhat-line rhcn. Which is not a whole
lot better. And what is it for? Why should we do that, why can't
people be accepted into the project? It worked in the past, what's
different now?

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