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Re: Updating the release notes

On 18 Jul 2000, Brian May wrote:

> >>>>> "J" == J A Bezemer <costar@panic.et.tudelft.nl> writes:
>     J> On 16 Jul 2000, Miguel Wooding SF Ten.Union wrote:
>     >> The release notes that are at
>     >> http://www.debian.org/releases/frozen/i386/release-notes are
>     >> still version 2.2.15, dated 25 May 2000.  Is there a newer
>     >> version?  There are a couple of items in the release notes that
>     >> have been discussed in this list but have not yet been
>     >> corrected.  (By the way, is there a way to submit a bug to the
>     >> release notes? I didn't see it in the bug tracking system.)
>     J> I don't think there is a proper entry in the BTS for this kind
>     J> of thing (i.e.  a document that is not contained in any
>     J> package). Maybe it would be an idea to add a virtual
>     J> "debian-documentation" package with debian-doc@lists as
>     J> maintainer.
> I would have though that is what www.debian.org is for:
> [501] [snoopy:bam] ~ >reportbug 
> Please enter the name of the package in which you have found a problem,
> or type one of these bug categories:
> [...]
> lists.debian.org  The mailing lists (debian-*@lists.debian.org)
> manual            Bugs in the manual
> nonus.debian.org  Problems with the non-us FTP site (or mirrors) 
> project           Problems related to Project administration
> www.debian.org    Problems with the website (or mirrors)
> Enter a package: 

Actually, a report against www.debian.org would end up on debian-www@lists,
to which (AFAIK) very few documentation writers are subscribed. I don't think
there's any (virtual) package yet which is maintained by debian-doc@lists (I
don't remember seeing any report pass there).

  Anne Bezemer

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