>>>>> "zh" == Zenaan Harkness <email@example.com> writes:
zh> [1 <text/plain (quoted-printable)>]
zh> On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 18:31, Tom wrote:
>> One of the "flavors" linked to on
>> http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-nonprofit/ is www.demudi.org
>> which is running IIS on Windows 2000!
>> I bet if you said it you'd say it was ironic, but since I said
>> it you'll grandstand about how things are like that :-)
zh> I was under the (possibly incorrect) impression that demudi
zh> had kind of "merged" with its upstream parent organisation,
That's correct - that happened at the start of the AGNULA project.
As I told in another e-mail,
zh> and debian-multimedia (which I am on) was kind of moving
zh> forward on the implementation.
I'm not sure what you mean here.
The original idea I discussed with Guenter Geiger and Marco Trevisani
was that debian-multimedia would be a proper Debian subproject, while
DeMuDi would somewhat follow different routes (for example, we have
different packages for Jack, albeit based on the great work by Junichi
Uekawa and Robert Jordens) and we release with a different timetable
than Debian proper.
One of the goals was that Debian Multimedia and AGNULA/DeMuDi would
help each other - we can definitevely be better on the AGNULA side.
I've posted some ITPs whose packages I still didn't have the time to
polish enough for them to enter Debian, although I hope that will
If you want further information on AGNULA, please refer to
Any suggestion on how to cooperate better is warmly welcome - please
write directly to me <firstname.lastname@example.org> or, better yet, to
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Andrea Glorioso email@example.com
AGNULA/DeMuDi Techie http://www.agnula.org/
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