On Sat, 2003-04-19 at 23:57, Andreas Tille wrote: > On 19 Apr 2003, Jeremy Malcolm wrote: > > > I am interested in coordinating a new sub-project called Debian-Lex, > Could you please explain the naming "lex" for non English speakers? > > In general I really like your idea because I think those internal > projects are an important way to fit the needs of our users. I > would recommend to read the slides of my talk about internal projects > and also follow rhe link to the Subproject HOWTO. OK, thanks. Here (http://people.debian.org/~terminus/debian-lex/) is a rough Web page which I have shamelessly plagiarised from your Debian-Med project. I will contact the appropriate people in the mailing list and Web page groups to see if we can get this formalised. I have a preliminary list of packages (or proposed packages) that I would want to see as part of Debian-Lex, and I will contact those developers also. -- JEREMY MALCOLM <Jeremy@Malcolm.id.au> Personal: http://www.malcolm.id.au Providing online networks of Australian lawyers (http://www.ilaw.com.au) and Linux experts (http://www.linuxconsultants.com.au) for instant help! Disclaimer: http://www.terminus.net.au/disclaimer.html. GPG key: finger.
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