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Typos in history

Some typos in the following document:


In that period, some of the companies that were shipping modified versions of
Debian closed down, starting with Corel, who sold its Linux division in the
first quarter of 2001, closely followed by Stormix declared bankrupcy on
January 17th 2001, and, lastly, Progeny ceased development of its distribution
on October 1st, 2001.

The freeze for the next release started on july 1st 2001. However, it took the
project a little more than a year to get to the next release, due to
<http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-0104/msg00004.html>problems in boot-floppies, because of the introduction of cryptographic
software in the main archive and due to changes the changes in the underlying
architecture (the incoming archive and the security architecture). In that
time, however, the stable release (Debian 2.2)

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