On Fri, 23 May 2003 11:58:45 -0300 Gustavo Franco <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hi, > > Why Debian Desktop subproject is on official website > and many others aren't? The Debian Desktop is a good > initiative, but there are many others that are being > excluded from the website.I've some ideas: > > - Guidelines to Debian subprojects (Do you known > what are the official and unofficial subprojects now?); > > - List the subprojects in two areas of the website: > * Developers' corner, to subprojects in initial state; > * A new area called: Subprojects, containing full > information about the subprojects considered mature. > >  = "Mono for Debian", ipv6 (is it official or unofficial?), > "ddtp", ... http://www.debian.org/devel/, "Projects" section: * Debian Web Pages * Debian archive * Debian Documentation Project (DDP) * The X Strike Force * The Quality Assurance group * Debian GNU/Linux CD images * The sponsorship program * The key signing coordination page * Debian IPv6 Project * Debian Jr. Project * Debian-Med Project * Debian-Edu Project * Debian-Lex Project * The Debian Desktop Project * Automatic package building system * Technical Committee * Debian Description Translation Project (DDTP) * Alioth: Debian GForge Certainly seems that they're listed.
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