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Re: Josselin Mouette and Planet Debian

Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> wrote:


>> Official announcements to the outside world actually appear in
>> debian-announce; debian-devel-announce is a developer list.
> You are a bit picky, you know? :-)

I don't think so; setting the record straight isn't being picky :)

> Yes: I know the difference between d-d-a and debian-announce, I
> skimmed over it in my post because I don't think the difference affect
> in any way my argument. Feel free to prove me wrong.

I'd argue about that "official" thing that people have been using to
qualify d-d-a. It's an announce list for developers, by
developers. I'm not sure what's official in there. I'd tend to say
anything "official" is project communication, that effectively goes to

I essentially wanted to set the record straight as various things have
been written about d-d-a and its purpose after Joss' post, here and
elsewhere, mistaking d-d-a for d-a.


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