Hi everybody, Allow me to point out the message at <http://blog.steve.org.uk/articles/2007/10/19/as-i-move-on-through-the-year> which is really a Bits from the Security Team. Why is - once again - a message that I'd consider appropriate for d-d, or perhaps even d-d-a (though I admit that the real information content is not extremely high. But still, it is information that Steve is active and outlines some of the problems and ways how people can help) hidden on a blog? Ok, not that hidden, it's on planet, but still. Fragmentation of Debian's communication infrastructure is something that seriously disturbs me because people being aware what the other people are doing is a big part of what defines a community. Next we're supposed to read, in addition to mailing lists, planet and IRC twitter, have an account on Debian's (yet to be created) open source xing clone and tune in to our SAT network radio channel which will be relayed through open source firmware modification in Iridium satellites, creating screams of anguish from the single but important developer living at the south pole where Iridium has no coverage. You get the picture, I'm sure :-) (Apologies if I'm just too quick and Steve posted his Bits to d-d or d-d-a but the mail just hasn't reached me or the mail archives yet.) cheers -- vbi [cc:s appreciated, eve though replies may not strictly be necessary] -- Oh, so you mean that we can both get a more secure system, *and* make emacs stop working? A win-win situation! =) -- David Weinehall on lkml
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