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Re: woody removed from mirrors

On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 11:39:48AM -0500, Kevin Mark wrote:
> > Is there a schedule for non-US and security fixes to disappear and where
> > will they disappear to ?
> After Woody, non-US was removed as it was not needed anymore. As for
> maintaining non-us repositories (for woody or any thing older), this has
> stopped. As for supporting security fixes for woody, this too has
> stopped. Anyone wanting security support for woody can find it through
> the FLOSS community(commercial or otherwise) or any other desired
> commercial solution.

I am very much informed about the Debian release cycles and the
processing. I also know that non-US has been obsoleted by integrating
crypto-in-main and i was also participating those discussions. 

The problem now is - Where will non-US disappear to ?

Is there an archive.debian.org for non-US e.g. non-US.archive.debian.org?

And the questions about the security.debian.org woody stuff is not about
further supporting it but rather the packages currently updateing woody.
I dont think they now will be copied to the main woody archive tree so
where will the old security updates go ?

Florian Lohoff                  flo@rfc822.org             +49-171-2280134
	Those who would give up a little freedom to get a little 
          security shall soon have neither - Benjamin Franklin

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