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Re: <joke/>Debian secure by default (was Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd)

Manuel A. Fernández Montecelo <manuel@sindominio.net> wrote:
> On Ter, 2002-05-21 at 18:51, Niels Möller wrote:
> > I hope there will be a sensible list of release criteria, prepared
> > with input from both the release manager the hurd folks, when Debian
> > GNU/Hurd gets closer to release, and putting FW-tools on that list
> > sounds pretty nonsensical. But I'm happy to postpone that discussion
> > until the list is being prepared and release getting closer.
> i agree. well, i really *don't know* if FW-tools are "nonsensical".

Please note that he didn't say that. He was talking about putting them
on the list.


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