RE: suggestion about debian devel extension
You are very smart!
Could you or somebody else give me the yes/no answer for the 5 methods? If it depends, depends what?
> Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 19:57:31 -0500
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> Subject: Re: suggestion about debian devel extension
>>> Do you mean "at debian.org"?
> [j jj]
>> Is there any difference between "debian" and "debian.org"?
>> The ultimate goal is benefits all developers.
> You could have meant several things:
> 1) Maybe you wanted to have your software packaged and available on
> Debian mirrors, so developers everywhere could install it to
> cross-reference their codebases, for local use or for a corporate
> intranet. (Do people still use the word intranet?)
> 2) Maybe you wanted your site to be linked from some web page, perhaps
> 3) Maybe you wanted to obtain a 'debian.net' subdomain, in order to
> host something that is Debian-related but not officially part of the
> Debian project.
> 4) Maybe you wanted someone else to host the same.
> 5) Maybe you wanted the Debian Project to host a copy of your webapp,
> indexing all of ftp.debian.org, for general public use.
> It seems you wanted 5), but I for one was not able to figure it out
> immediately. My first guess was actually 1).
> Peter Samuelson | org-tld!p12n!peter | http://p12n.org/
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