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Re: Updating the release notes

On Tue, Jul 18, 2000 at 12:59:04AM +0200, J.A. Bezemer wrote:
> > If this understanding is correct, then the discussion in the release
> > notes is misleading.  It states:
> > 
> >   The Official CD-ROM distribution ships as three binary package
> >   CD-ROMs, containing the "main" and "contrib" sections. If a vendor
> >   adds "non-US/main" or portions of "non-free" or "non-US/non-free"
> >   sections to a CD set, there may be four binary CDs.
> > 
> > This should be changed to explain that the recommended official
> > version that includes non-US, and that there is also another official
> > version that is exportable from the US.
>          /\
>    of the Binary-1 CD
> This addition seems reasonable; though I doubt many CD vendors will read it.

So it's 100% correct? Please give me an exact wording, or a patch :)

> > Also, is it correct that the official CD includes contrib?  I thought
> > it only included main.
> Contrib is part of Debian and thus included on the CDs.

It's not part of the distribution, actually...

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