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Re: Debian books (Was: Bits from the DPL - July)

also sprach Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@debian.org> [2015-07-16 13:11 +0200]:
> Given that there's now a Free (as in Software) Debian book[0], with a
> suitable translation infrastructure, I wonder if we shouldn't refrain
> from advertising or endorsing non-free alternatives, and rather
> encourage contributions to this initiative?

This seems like a good opportunity to announce that *finally* after
years of debates,¹ I can release my book from 2005 under a CC licence
or somesuch. 10 years was a long time and the book is out-of-date in
many places, but there are still parts of it that apply and could be

¹) those were in part responsible for my lack of motivation to
publish a new edition.

I'll let you know.

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