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Re: Updating w.d.o/{intro/organization#distribution,ports/}

On Thu, Apr 05, 2012 at 04:27:12PM -0400, David Prévot wrote:
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> [ Huge cross-post, sorry. Please, only respond to your port list and
>   debian-www@l.d.o, or at least keep me CC if you drop debian-www ]
> Hi ports and ports-like team,
> The ports and ports-like part of our organization page [1] might be
> pretty outdated on the members side. Could you please confirm that the
> members list of your team is still accurate, or provide an updated
> list.

I talked with Bdale on IRC. He suggested dropping his name so I
have done so. I tried to contact willy over e-mail but didn't receive
a response. I think it is safe to assume he is no longer active with
Debian/ia64 so I've dropped his name as well - but obviously that's
reversible if he informs us otherwise. So, right now that just leaves
me :( If anyone else wants to be added, please let us know.


> Without any answer within a week, I'll drop the members name from this
> page, but will keep the name of the port and a link to the mailing list
> as main contact point. If you answer after a week, I'll also be happy to
> update the page afterwards.
> 	1: http://www.debian.org/intro/organization#distribution
> If you have any update to propose about your port page [2], I'd also be
> happy to update the respective page on your behalf, and would be even
> happier if you do it yourself (please, ask for write access [3] if
> you're not already a member of webwml).
> 	2: http://www.debian.org/ports/
> 	3: http://www.debian.org/devel/website/using_cvs#write-access
> We also have one open bug report [4] about the www.d.o/ports/ part,
> specific to amd64, any help to solve it would be welcome (closing it in
> case it doesn't make sense could also be appropriate).
> 	4: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=611830
> Regards
> David
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