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Re: status of Progeny projects



On Sun, 26 Oct 2003 09:54:08 +0100, Martin Schulze <joey@infodrom.org>
wrote: 

> Apart from "this does not help Debian at all" I wonder if the above
> were anticipaged by Progeny.

Why should it hinder anything? Now there's just two systems available to
install Debian, one built specifically for Debian itself
(debian-installer) and the other built from another system as an
alternative (anaconda). What would be so problematic about competition?

And I doubt the d-i developers will totally reverse progress to try to
coordinate efforts. And can't you live with the occasional person coming
into debian-devel raising the discussion of whether Debian should adopt
anaconda? We've already lived through endless GFDL discussions. ;)


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