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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CHANGES IN english/News/weekly/1999/18/index.wml
Index: english/News/weekly/1999/18/index.wml
RCS file: /cvs/webwml/webwml/english/News/weekly/1999/18/index.wml,v
retrieving revision 1.7
retrieving revision 1.13
diff -u -u -r1.7 -r1.13
--- english/News/weekly/1999/18/index.wml	1999/05/09 21:01:46	1.7
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/18/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:26	1.13
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="May 3rd, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-5-3" SUMMARY="Logo licence results; new X; debhelper 2.0"
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian
@@ -6,8 +6,9 @@
+<a name="logo"></a>
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9905/msg00001.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9905/msg00001.html";>
 results</a> are in for the vote on number of logos and licenses. <b>There
 will be two logos with different licenses.</b> Voting on the actual logo
 is <a href="mail#2">about to begin</a>.
@@ -15,19 +16,19 @@
 <b>The long awaited new version of X</b> has finally been 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-changes-9904/msg02409.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-changes-9904/msg02409.html";>
 uploaded to unstable</a>. Some major changes have been made to
 the source packaging, and of course it's a new upstream version of X as
 well. Also, the contents of the <b>GNOME staging area </b> are ready for 
 broader use and testing and have been
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9905/msg00022.html">copied
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9905/msg00022.html";>copied
 to Incoming</a>.
 <b>Should clients that can communicate only with non-free servers be placed in
 contrib?</b> James Troup raised this very contentious issue issue when he
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-policy-9905/msg00004.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-policy-9905/msg00004.html";>
 posted</a> about his reason for rejecting the ICQ client TiK from Incoming. 
 One major objection is that this would imply that a program that parses 
 freshmeat or the dejanews web pages must go in contrib because the code that
@@ -37,16 +38,16 @@
 Joey Hess has
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9904/msg01655.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9904/msg01655.html";>
 proposed</a> <b>large modifications of debhelper for version 2.0</b>. These
 modifications will require an environment variable to be set to enable them,
 so backwards compatibility is not broken by default. The aim of the
 modifications is to make debhelper's interface cleaner and easier to learn.
 After some discussion the changes to make are
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9905/msg00037.html">nearly
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9905/msg00037.html";>nearly
 agreed on</a>. <b>Debhelper has some new competition: Yet Another
 Debianization Aid</b> (YADA) was 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9904/msg01729.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9904/msg01729.html";>
 announced</a> this week. It centralizes all information needed to build a
 package into a single file, similar to a RPM spec file.
@@ -54,16 +55,16 @@
 <b>A few problems with Debian Alpha</b>:
 Attempting to upgrade a Debian Alpha machine to glibc 2.1 is likely to
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-alpha-9905/msg00007.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-alpha-9905/msg00007.html";>
 break the system</a> unless apt is used for the upgrade. And egcs is
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-alpha-9904/msg00205.html">producing
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-alpha-9904/msg00205.html";>producing
 invalid code</a> when optimizing with -O2.
 <b>News from Debian Sparc is brighter</b>:
 Upgrading to glibc 2.1 is no problem now if you have a 2.2.x kernel, and
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-boot-9905/msg00006.html">new
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-boot-9905/msg00006.html";>new
 sparc bootdisks</a> will be ready soon.
@@ -73,9 +74,10 @@
+<a name="policy"></a>
 Joey Hess has started posting <b>weekly summaries of proposals on the
 debian-policy list</b>. The first summary is
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-policy-9905/msg00000.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-policy-9905/msg00000.html";>
@@ -86,11 +88,11 @@
 <li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/misc/birthday.html">birthday</a>:
 Display information about pending events on login
 <li>blacs: Basic Linear Algebra Communications Subprograms
-(<a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/blacs-mpi.html">mpi</a> and
-<a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/blacs-pvm.html">pvm</a> versions)
-<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/net/dhis.html">dhis</a>: allocates
+(<a href="../../oldurl?../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/blacs-mpi.html">mpi</a> and
+<a href="../../oldurl?../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/blacs-pvm.html">pvm</a> versions)
+<li><a href="../../oldurl?../../../../Packages/unstable/net/dhis.html">dhis</a>: allocates
 a hostname under dhis.org to your host
-<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/interpreters/hugs98.html">hugs98</a>:
+<li><a href="../../oldurl?../../../../Packages/unstable/interpreters/hugs98.html">hugs98</a>:
 A Haskell 98 interpreter
 <li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/mail/listar-cgi.html">listar-cgi</a>:
 CGI front-end for Listar
@@ -104,7 +106,7 @@
 <li>Thanks to the several people who pointed out that the url to the logrotate
 proposal was wrong -- the proposal is actually
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9904/msg01069.html">here</a>.
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9904/msg01069.html";>here</a>.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ END OF english/News/weekly/1999/18/index.wml

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CHANGES IN english/News/weekly/1999/26/index.wml
Index: english/News/weekly/1999/26/index.wml
RCS file: /cvs/webwml/webwml/english/News/weekly/1999/26/index.wml,v
retrieving revision 1.2
retrieving revision 1.8
diff -u -u -r1.2 -r1.8
--- english/News/weekly/1999/26/index.wml	1999/07/07 04:01:01	1.2
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/26/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:28	1.8
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="July 6th, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-7-6" SUMMARY="Perl update; how to move to FHS; relationships with upstream."
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
@@ -6,67 +6,69 @@
+<a name="perl"></a>
 <b>Perl 5.005 is here.</b> To handle the transition to this new
-version, <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00016.html">
+version, <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00016.html";>
 perl is now a versioned package</a> -- perl 5.004 can be installed
 alongside the newer version during the transition. All packages that 
 currently depend on perl need to be changed to depend on perl5, and anyone who
 maintains such a package has been sent a notice about this (here's a
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-dpkg-9907/msg00001.html">sample</a>).
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-dpkg-9907/msg00001.html";>sample</a>).
 There is also a new
 <a href="http://pandora.debian.org/~hertzog/perl-policy.html/";>perl policy</a>
 which packages should follow. However, until all packages that depend on
 perl are updated,
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00260.html">unstable
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00260.html";>unstable
 is in an inconsistent state</a> and should only be followed by the very brave.
+<a name="policy"></a>
 With the new policy requiring the use of the FHS, the question of <b>how to
 move from /usr/doc to /usr/share/doc</b> has come up (again). Simply symlinking
 the two isn't good enough, because dpkg won't deal with it well.
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-policy-9907/msg00003.html">One
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-policy-9907/msg00003.html";>One
 idea</a> that has come up a few times is to make /usr/doc/<i>package</i> be a
 link to /usr/share/doc/<i>package</i>.
 <b>A new mailing list named debian-release</b> has been
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00000.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00000.html";>
 created</a>, for coordination between people involved in release management.
 "<i>The debian-release mailing list is an *action* list.</i>" -- it's not
 meant for general discussion. Speaking of releases, the
 <a href="http://master.debian.org/~wakkerma/bugs/";>release-critical bug
 list</a> is being posted again each week. The latest version lists a 
 <b>whopping 222 release critical bugs</b>. Also, Richard Braakman posted about
-his <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00217.html">plans
+his <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00217.html";>plans
 for release management</a>. Some of the packages with release critical bugs
 will soon be marked for removal.
 Jason Gunthorpe
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-vote-9906/msg00235.html">posted</a>
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-vote-9906/msg00235.html";>posted</a>
 a "<i>Negative Summary of the Split Proposal</i>". This is an <b>excellent
 summary of arguments against the proposed move of non-free and contrib</b>.
 His larger aim, besides defeating the proposal, is to make these summaries,
 both pro and con, a regular part of the voting process. The split proposal
 hasn't gone to vote yet, but we do have one vote in progress: The logo swap
 vote closes on July 7th. If you haven't voted yet, get a ballot
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00001.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00001.html";>
 There was an
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00045.html">long
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00045.html";>long
 argument</a> between Per Abrahamsen and others about <b>Debian developers'
 relationships with upstream authors</b>. Per thinks that developers often act
 as "<i>middlemen</i>" who get in the way more often than not between users and
 authors. He also dislikes the debian-specific modifications made to XEmacs.
 Of course, many developers disagreed and gave counterexamples of good
 relationships with upstream. Adam Di Carlo posted an
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00087.html">excellent
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00087.html";>excellent
 list</a> of things Debian developers should do to ensure such good relations
 with their packages' authors.
@@ -87,7 +89,7 @@
 <li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/games/pingus.html">pingus</a>: Free Lemmings(tm) clone
 <li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/editors/vivid.html">vivid</a>: A Teeny Tiny Text Editor
 <li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/utils/wipe.html">wipe</a>: Secure file deletion
-<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/contrib/graphics/xanim-modules.html">xanim-modules</a>:Installer
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/graphics/xanim-modules.html">xanim-modules</a>:Installer
 for xanim binary-only modules
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ END OF english/News/weekly/1999/26/index.wml

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CHANGES IN english/News/weekly/1999/27/index.wml
Index: english/News/weekly/1999/27/index.wml
RCS file: /cvs/webwml/webwml/english/News/weekly/1999/27/index.wml,v
retrieving revision 1.1
retrieving revision 1.8
diff -u -u -r1.1 -r1.8
--- english/News/weekly/1999/27/index.wml	1999/07/13 22:25:48	1.1
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/27/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:28	1.8
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="July 13th, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-7-13" SUMMARY="Storm Linux; logos are swapped"
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
@@ -6,23 +6,25 @@
+<a name="storm"></a>
 <b>Storm Linux</b> is a new distribution 
-<a href="http://stormix.com/about/index.html";>based on Debian</a>. Its
+<a href="http://stormix.com/";>based on Debian</a>. Its
 motto is "<i>Storm Linux: we make linux look good</i>", and it seems they do
--- take a look at these <a href="http://stormix.com/about/screen_shots.html";>
+-- take a look at these <a href="../../oldurl?http://stormix.com/about/screen_shots.html";>
 screenshots</a>. The developer of Storm is R Garth Wood, who has been 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00632.html">active</a>
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00632.html";>active</a>
 on debian-devel for a while. There has been little reaction to this
 development though a report on a test install has been
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00685.html">posted</a>.
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00685.html";>posted</a>.
+<a name="logo"></a>
 <b>The web site</b> now has a page for the 
-<a href="../../../../ports/hurd">Hurd port</a>. It covers installation,
+<a href="../../../../ports/hurd/">Hurd port</a>. It covers installation,
 development, etc. Speaking of the web site, it finally <b>uses the new
 logo</b>. And the
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00005.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00005.html";>
 results</a> are in for the logo swap vote: <b>the logos have been swapped</b>.
 Go forth and use the swirl.
@@ -30,10 +32,10 @@
 There's been an increasing amount of discussion about <b>freezing and release
 plans</b> this week. From
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-release-9907/msg00016.html">talk</a>
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-release-9907/msg00016.html";>talk</a>
 on the new debian-release list about shortening the release cycle to a discussion
 about whether a
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00907.html">Spetember
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00907.html";>Spetember
 release</a> is possible (with a freeze very soon), the idea is in the air.
@@ -44,7 +46,7 @@
-Here is a <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg00746.html">
+Here is a <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg00746.html";>
 complete system</a> for <b>generating diffs between debian packages</b> and
 applying those diffs. This could be used to "<i>seriously reduce download
@@ -59,7 +61,7 @@
 <b>Many packages remain broken after the perl update.</b>
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00007.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00007.html";>
 next planned step</a> is to file important bugs against these packages and
 quickly make non maintainer releases of them.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ END OF english/News/weekly/1999/27/index.wml

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CHANGES IN english/News/weekly/1999/28/index.wml
Index: english/News/weekly/1999/28/index.wml
RCS file: /cvs/webwml/webwml/english/News/weekly/1999/28/index.wml,v
retrieving revision 1.1
retrieving revision 1.10
diff -u -u -r1.1 -r1.10
--- english/News/weekly/1999/28/index.wml	1999/07/14 18:04:20	1.1
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/28/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:28	1.10
@@ -1,20 +1,97 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="July 20th, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-7-20" SUMMARY="Is Bruce Back? DpkgV2 design; server news."
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
+community. I'm on vacation this week so this issue is a day late.
-<b>Corrections</b to last week's news:
+<b>Is Bruce Back?</b> Bruce Perens was
+<a href="http://linuxworld.com/linuxworld/lw-1999-06/lw-06-perens.html";>
+interviewed</a> in LinuxWorld and talks about Debian: "<i>After a bad year,
+Debian has started going for users. It has a new project leader, Wichert
+Akkerman, and a deal with Corel, who will package a commercial version of
+Debian and KDE</i>". And then he drops this bombshell: "<i>Some of my old 
+Debian packages need a maintainer, and I'll probably take them up again.</i>".
+<b>The design specification for DpkgV2</b> has been
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00012.html";>
+released</a>. It is a very modular design, and the most interesting feature is
+support for numerous different package formats. DpkgV2 is intended to be
+used mostly as a library from within other front end tools.
+An interesting development from the Debian-JP project is a <b>single floppy ftp
+server</b> using Debian. For details and other news, see the 
+<a href="mail#2">Debian-JP news</a>.
+Linux Gazette posted an
+<a href="http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue43/bennet.html";>article</a> about
+<b>installing Debian via a PLIP link</b> if you lack CD and ethernet. It sure
+beats 6 floppies..
+Red Hat's recent <a href="http://slashdot.org/articles/99/07/20/2129218.shtml";>
+offer</a> to let members of the linux community buy shares of their stock
+before their IPO was <b>sent to every developer on the Debian keyring</b>. While
+some people view this offer and the way is was presented as <a href="mail#4">
+akin to spam</a>, others do <a href="mail#3">appreciate it</a>.
+<b>Local events</b>:
+<b>Philadelphia Area Debian Society</b> (PADS) 
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01060.html";>will
+meet</a> on Wednesday to continue talking about Debian's policy. Chris
+Fearnley is speaking.
+<b>Server news</b> for this week revolves around disk problems and fixes:
+<li>Jason Gunthorpe from the debian-admin team reports that the Alpha and Sparc
+Debian development machines Faure, Kubrick and Albert 
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-alpha-9907/msg00096.html";>are
+down</a> due to a broken hard disk.
+<li>The good news is that saens is now 
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01352.html";>back 
+online</a> with a replacement for the disk that died three weeks ago, and
+ftp.debian.org will return to that server.
+<li>Jason also posted
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-www-9907/msg00062.html";>a plea</a>
+that "<i>if there is any way to reduce the size of the web site, please do it
+now</i>". The problem is <b>we are running out of space on va because the list
+archives and BTS continue to grow in size every day</b>. In response to that,
+list archives for 1996 and 1997 were <a href="mail#1">removed</a> from the
+web site (they are still available in mbox format).
+<b>Followups</b> to last week's news:
+<a name="fhs"></a>
+<li>The question of how to handle the transition to the FHS's /usr/share/doc
+directory is still unresolved. Manoj has made a 
+<a href="http://www.debian.org/Bugs/db/40/40706-b.html#m61";>proposal</a> that
+has received a lot of favorable attention, but several people still object
+to it.
 <li>Kevin Lindsay and Atsushi Ikeda are equal co-contributors on the Storm
-linux team along with R Garth Wood, and we're told the team is growning.
+linux team along with R Garth Wood, and we're told the team is growing.
-Thanks to *** for
+Thanks to Katsura S. Yoshio and Christian Meder for
 <a href="../../contributing">contributing</a>.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ END OF english/News/weekly/1999/28/index.wml

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CHANGES IN english/News/weekly/1999/29/index.wml
Index: english/News/weekly/1999/29/index.wml
RCS file: /cvs/webwml/webwml/english/News/weekly/1999/29/index.wml,v
retrieving revision 1.6
retrieving revision 1.12
diff -u -u -r1.6 -r1.12
--- english/News/weekly/1999/29/index.wml	1999/08/04 04:13:41	1.6
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/29/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:28	1.12
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="August 3rd, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-8-3" SUMMARY="DpkgV2 reaction; another book; new maintainer problems; losing a developer."
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
@@ -7,27 +7,28 @@
 <b>Ian Jackson's 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01472.html">first
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01472.html";>first
 reaction</a> to the post of the DpkgV2 spec</b> was extreme: "<i>One of the main
 reasons that dpkg is unapproachable by poor to mediocre programmers is that
 it must perform a complex task with a very high level of reliability</i>".
 After some time to think it over though, he 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01773.html">concluded
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01773.html";>concluded
 </a> that "<i>it's probably a good thing for both my dpkg and yours that both
 projects exist. Maybe we'll spur each other on.</i>" And indeed, this week Ian
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01780.html">uploaded
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01780.html";>uploaded
 </a> to experimental his first release of dpkg in a very long time.
+<a name="book"></a>
 <b>Yet another Debian book will soon be published</b>: <i>Debian Gnu/Linux 2.2
 Unleashed</i>. This brings the count of Debian books in English up to three;
 <i>Debian GNU/Linux; Guide to Installation and Usage</i> is now
-<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0735709149/10102519/002-9416152-4171441";>for
+<a href="../../oldurl?http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0735709149/10102519/002-9416152-4171441";>for
 sale</a> on Amazon.com, and <i>The Debian Linux User's Guide</i> has been
 around for a while now. Of course the amusing and disturbing thing about this
 newest title is it is
-<a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0672317001/qid=933716997/sr=1-1/002-9416152-4171441";>
+<a href="../../oldurl?http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0672317001/qid=933716997/sr=1-1/002-9416152-4171441";>
 due to be published</a> in September and claims to include a Debian 2.2 CD.
 Will Debian 2.2 even be released by then?
@@ -36,30 +37,31 @@
 Josip Rodin has been working on the
 <a href="http://master.debian.org/~wakkerma/bugs/";>release critical bug
 list</a>. He
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-dpkg-9907/msg00074.html">mailed</a>
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-dpkg-9907/msg00074.html";>mailed</a>
 each maintainer with a release critical bug asking what their plans are to deal
 with it. This had immediate results -- soon after his mailing, the number of
 critical bugs
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01703.html">dropped
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01703.html";>dropped
 drastically</a> (although 230 remain open).
 In security news, <b>samba has a number of security holes</b> that have been fixed
 in the
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-security-announce-9907/msg00000.html">
+<a href="../../oldurl?http://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce-9907/msg00000.html";>
 latest release</a>.
+<a name="queue"></a>
 <b>Becoming a developer is taking increasingly long</b>, to judge by tales of
-woe like <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01269.html">
+woe like <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01269.html";>
 this</a>, and
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01598.html">this</a>.
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01598.html";>this</a>.
 People who are very motivated to work on Debian have been stuck in the
 new-maintainer queue for months, and have lately been looking for ways to
 contribute even though they cannot upload packages. Raphael Hertzog has a
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg01530.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg01530.html";>
 workaround</a> for this problem: registered developers could "sponsor" the
 work of a non-developer, make sure it's okay and upload it. The idea is
 catching on, though it doesn't address the real problem with the queue.
@@ -67,7 +69,7 @@
 <b>We lost a developer this week.</b> Leon Breedt
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9907/msg02077.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9907/msg02077.html";>
 resigned</a> from the project, citing several problems with Debian
 that we should take very seriously.
@@ -82,7 +84,7 @@
 Marc A. Volovic
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-alpha-9907/msg00151.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-alpha-9907/msg00151.html";>
 updated</a> his <a href="http://www.bard.org.il/~marc/html/linux.phtml";>Debian
 Alpha HOWTO</a>. It's work in progress but it's already a good source of
 information if you plan to install Debian on an Alpha box.
@@ -128,7 +130,7 @@
 seems elusive.
 The perl upgrade is
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00019.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9907/msg00019.html";>
 very nearly complete</a>. Just a few packages remain to be upgraded and they
 won't affect most people.
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diff -u -u -r1.2 -r1.9
--- english/News/weekly/1999/30/index.wml	1999/08/11 15:19:23	1.2
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/30/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:29	1.9
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="August 10th, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-8-10" SUMMARY="Freeze date set; FHS transition delay; fakeroot problems."
 <b>Welcome</b> to the 30th issue of Debian Weekly News, a newsletter
@@ -7,14 +7,14 @@
 <b>The freeze date for Potato has been set</b>: We will
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9908/msg00007.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9908/msg00007.html";>
 freeze on November first</a>, so long as some items like boot floppies and
 release critical bug fixes are well under way at that point.
 Wichert Akkerman, the Debian Project Leader, 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-announce-9908/msg00005.html">
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-9908/msg00005.html";>
 addressed</a> <b>the FHS /usr/share/doc issue</b>: "<i>I request all developers to
 NOT move to the FHS right now</i>". The Technical Committe is working to
 resolve the issue, and packages already using /usr/share/doc will likely
@@ -22,7 +22,8 @@
-A <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9908/msg00245.html">rumor</a>
+<a name="rumor"></a>
+A <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9908/msg00245.html";>rumor</a>
 is circulating that Debian <b>may have stopped accepting new maintainers until
 after potato is released</b>. There has been no official response to this rumor
@@ -36,16 +37,16 @@
 and anyone can add their archive to the list. This promises to make it much
 easier to find apt information. Combined with the rumors of a closed new
 maintainer process mentioned above, some people think this is the beginning
-of a <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9908/msg00298.html">
+of a <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9908/msg00298.html";>
 slippery slope</a> that leads to a Red hat style contrib.
-However, <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9908/msg00300.html">
+However, <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9908/msg00300.html";>
 others point out</a> that these apt repositores are nothing new, and many are
 in fact maintained by developers.
 <b>A warning to people using fakeroot</b>: The current fakeroot and tar in
-unstable <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9908/msg00148.html">
+unstable <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9908/msg00148.html";>
 do not get along</a>. Packages built with them will have files owned by the
 user who built the package, not by root.
@@ -53,7 +54,7 @@
 <b>Two security items this week</b>: New versions of 
 <a href="../../../../security/1999/19990807">isdnutils</a> and
-the <a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-changes-9908/msg00019.html">
+the <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-changes-9908/msg00019.html";>
 cfingerd package</a> in stable have been released to fix various security
@@ -64,8 +65,7 @@
 <b>New packages</b> added to Debian this week include the following 30 and
-an astonishing
-<a href="http://master.debian.org/~tausq/newpkgs-19990809.html";>56 more</a>:
+an astonishing 56 more:
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/admin/dconfig.html">dconfig</a>: dconfig - The Debian config collection tool
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/text/dog.html">dog</a>: Enhanced replacement for cat
@@ -73,11 +73,12 @@
     (<a href="/Packages/unstable/math/genius-dev.html">dev</a>)
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/misc/kernellab.html">kernellab</a>: Manage kernel configs for many machines easily
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/interpreters/kforth.html">kforth</a>: Small Forth Interpreter Written in C++
-<li><a href="/Packages/unstable/libs/lam1.html">lam1</a>: A free, fast MPI implementation for cluster and SMP parallel processing
-    (<a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/lam1-dev.html">dev</a> and <a href="/Packages/unstable/libs/lam1-runtime.html">runtime</a>)
+<li><a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/libs/lam1.html">lam1</a>: A free, fast MPI implementation for cluster and SMP parallel processing
+    (<a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/devel/lam1-dev.html">dev</a> and 
+    <a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/libs/lam1-runtime.html">runtime</a>)
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/lib-gnu.getopt-java.html">lib-gnu.getopt-java</a>: GNU getopt - Java port
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/lib-gnu.regexp-java.html">lib-gnu.regexp-java</a>: Regular Expressions for Java
-<li><a href="/Packages/unstable/contrib/libs/lib-rxtx-java.html">lib-rxtx-java</a>: native interface to serial ports in Java
+<li><a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/contrib/libs/lib-rxtx-java.html">lib-rxtx-java</a>: native interface to serial ports in Java
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/lib-sax-java.html">lib-sax-java</a>: A Java API for SAX XML parsing
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/lib-xp-java.html">lib-xp-java</a>: An XML Parser in Java
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/interpreters/libfile-tail-perl.html">libfile-tail-perl</a>: File::Tail perl module
@@ -85,14 +86,14 @@
     (<a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/libgcj0-dev.html">dev</a>)
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/libs/librxp1.html">librxp1</a>: Shared library for XML parsing and validating
     (<a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/librxp1-dev.html">dev</a>)
-<li><a href="/Packages/unstable/libs/libucdsnmp3.6.html">libucdsnmp3.6</a>: UCD SNMP
-    (<a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/libucdsnmp3.6-dev.html">dev</a>)
+<li><a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/libs/libucdsnmp3.6.html">libucdsnmp3.6</a>: UCD SNMP
+    (<a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/devel/libucdsnmp3.6-dev.html">dev</a>)
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/web/muffin.html">muffin</a>: A personal and extensible Web proxy
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/shells/osh.html">osh</a>: Operator's Shell
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/x11/penguineyes.html">penguineyes</a>: xeyes lookalike
     (<a href="/Packages/unstable/x11/penguineyes-gnome.html">gnome version</a>
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/web/phplib.html">phplib</a>: PHP library for easy writting web applications
-<li><a href="/Packages/unstable/devel/poc.html">poc</a>: Objective-C compiler
+<li><a href="../../oldurl?/Packages/unstable/devel/poc.html">poc</a>: Objective-C compiler
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/utils/powertweak.html">powertweak</a>: Tool to tune system for optimal performace
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/admin/raidtools2.html">raidtools2</a>: Utilities to support 'new-style' RAID disks
 <li><a href="/Packages/unstable/utils/toshutils.html">toshutils</a>: Toshiba laptop utilities
@@ -103,7 +104,7 @@
 Server news:
 <li>Jason Gunthorpe 
-<a href="../../../../Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9908/msg00185.html">brought</a>
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9908/msg00185.html";>brought</a>
 Faure, Kubrick and Albert <b>back to life</b> after the previously reported disk
 failure. However, the contents of the home directory for these systems has been
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diff -u -u -r1.1 -r1.16
--- english/News/weekly/1999/42/index.wml	1999/11/01 19:58:50	1.1
+++ english/News/weekly/1999/42/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:30	1.16
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="November 2nd, 1999"
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="1999-11-2" SUMMARY="Freeze postponed a week; build dependencies; Corel copyright problems; BIND is back."
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
@@ -6,13 +6,91 @@
-Ben Collins has made an experimental version of dpkg available, with several
-new features, including internally signed packages, and bzip2 compression
-support. (19991027232014.A228@lappy.djj.state.va.us)
+<b>The freeze has been postponed until November 7th</b>.
+The Release Manager was unable to coordinate the freeze this past weekend.
+The bugsquash party did go ahead as planned, and around 75 
+<a href="http://master.debian.org/~wakkerma/bugs/";>release critical bugs</a>
+were fixed in one day. Read Richard Braakman's <a href="mail#2">email</a> for
+details about how the freeze will work, including the new "<i>Test Cycles</i>"
-Thanks to *** for                    
+<b>Build dependencies</b> are being discussed again this week. A proposal
+specifying how they will work has been accepted and should be in the next
+version of policy, which is due out soon. Using that as a base, Roman Hodek
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-policy-9910/msg00318.html";>
+posted</a> a "<i>vision for the future</i>" of how build dependencies can be
+used by different programs in the future. But Julian Gilbey
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-policy-9910/msg00322.html";>points
+out</a> that figuring out what a package really depends on to build, to
+generate the build dependencies entry, can be quite hard.
+Ben Collins has made an <b>experimental version of dpkg</b> available, with
+several <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9910/msg02053.html";>
+new features</a> that have been wanted for a long time, including internally
+signed packages, and bzip2 compression support.
+<a name="corel"></a>
+Last week Debian Weekly News dropped the ball when we didn't mention a
+<b>copyright problem with apt and Corel's "<i>get_it</i>" apt frontend</b>, which
+is a Qt program. Since it was linked to the GPLed libapt, there was a 
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal-9910/msg00045.html";>licence
+Jason Gunthorpe and Corel quietly <a href="mail#1">resolved</a> this
+problem by changing apt's license to allow linking apt and Qt. Linux Weekly
+News laster posted an interesting <a href="http://www.lwn.net/1999/1028/";>
+editorial</a> about this. It seemed the issue was closed.
+Then this week, Ian Jackson brought up
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal-9910/msg00118.html";>another
+issue</a>: "<i>lib-apt isn't the only thing that is bound together at run-time
+with Qt in this program.  dpkg is too - the fact that the interface is program
+call rather than dynamic linking is an irrelevant technical detail.</i>" Ian
+isn't about to change dpkg's license, and he is presumably talking with Corel
+about this in private. Meanwhile, this spawned a long, murky thread on
+debian-legal, since the law is very unclear on this and many people,
+including RMS and Bruce Perens,
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-legal-9911/msg00018.html";>
+disagree</a> with Ian's reasoning.
+<b>BIND is once more in main.</b> A 
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-9910/msg02195.html";>patch</a>
+from Paul Vixie allows easy removal of the non-free DNNSEC code.
+<b>New packages</b> in Debian this week include the following and 36 more:<p> 
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/admin/debian-cd.html">debian-cd</a>: Tools
+for building (Official) Debian CD set 
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/flick.html">flick</a>: Flexible IDL 
+Compiler Kit 
+(<a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/flick-dev.html">dev</a>, 
+ <a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/flick-doc.html">doc</a>)    
+ <li>jzip: Text mode interpreter for Z-Code adventures, etc.        
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/x11/lwm.html">lwm</a>: Lightweight
+Window Manager
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/pciutils-dev.html">pciutils-dev</a>:
+Linux PCI Utilities (for 2.[123].x kernels) (development files) 
+As usual, Debian JP news is <a
+Thanks to Katsura S. Yoshio and Randolph Chung for
 <a href="../../contributing">contributing</a>.
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--- english/News/weekly/2000/10/index.wml	2000/03/16 06:00:06	1.1
+++ english/News/weekly/2000/10/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:32	1.12
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="" SUMMARY=""
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="2000-3-28" SUMMARY="Wichert Akkerman re-elected; Debian 2.1r5 released; the second bug horizon passed; policy process reform; better default colors."
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
@@ -6,8 +6,95 @@
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-0003/msg00016.html";>
+Election results</a>: <b>Wichert Akkerman was re-elected Debian project
+Leader.</b> Congratulations to Wichert, and thanks to the other candidates
+who volunteered for the job.
+<b>Debian 2.1r5</b> has been
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-announce-00/msg00004.html";>
+released</a>. Like the last couple of minor releases, it consists of security
+and Y2K updates.
+<b>We're now past the second bug horizon.</b>
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-0003/msg00022.html";>
+28 packages</a> were not fixed in time, of those about 12 are too important to
+really be removed. Though it is clear that bug horizons do work to reduce
+the <a href="http://master.debian.org/~wakkerma/bugs/";>number of release
+critical bugs</a>, they're not as effective at motivating people to fix
+bugs in very important packages.
+<b>Beware Debian's vast corporate might.</b> This
+<a href="http://www.macdiscussion.com/article_show.php3?article_id_var=190";>
+article</a> talks about how ports of major distributions to the PowerPC may
+affect existing distributions there: "<i>Linux PPC and Yellow Dog Linux are
+relatively new upstart companies when it comes to the Linux world, and they
+just do not have the corporate power and user base that both Debian and SuSE
+boast.</i> Despite that small gaffe, it does raise some interesting questions.
+<b>Does the policy process need to be reformed?</b> It certainly can have
+problems, as in the case of the /usr/share/doc issue last year, when things
+are added to policy without enough forethought. Ian Jackson believes that
+the policy process needs to be
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-policy-0003/msg00151.html";>changed
+back</a> to something like what it was 2 years ago, with a few people having
+absolute control over policy. Others
+<a href="mail#1">disagree</a>, and think that while adding a
+chairman to the process may be a good idea, the process should remain in the
+hands of the people on the debian-policy mailing list. This will be discussed
+further <a href="mail#2">on IRC</a> on the 29th.
+<b>A thread about default colors of programs</b> like mutt, ls, and so on has
+raised some interesting issues. Anyone who is not a "<i>bug-eyed alien</i>"
+with <a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0003/msg01096.html";>
+ultraviolet vision</a> has probably struggled to read dark blue text on a
+black background, or bright yellow text on a white background, before giving
+up and changing a program's colors to something more usable. Two things are
+keeping Debian from changing the colors by default: First, there's a lot of
+variation in
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0003/msg01243.html";>personal
+preferences and setups</a>; some use a black background, and some a white.
+It's difficult to come up with default colors that work well on both
+backgrounds. Second, large changes from upstream defaults are likely to annoy
+just as many people as they please. So while we can fix extremely bad default
+color choices, the rest will still have to be up to the individual user.
+<b>A new master archive server</b> is in the works, thanks to an impressive
+<a href="../../../../News/2000/20000317">hardware donation</a> from Sun. The
+new server will eventually take over some of the duties of master.debian.org.
+<b>The amount of spam to Debian lists, the bug tracking system, and individual
+developers has been on the rise lately.</b> What can we do about it? Jason
+Gunthorpe looked at the
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0003/msg01325.html";>
+effects of using 4 different RBLs</a>. Most people agree that any additional
+spam-blocking should be carefully considered, to make sure we don't also block
+legitimate Debian users.
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0003/msg01074.html";>
+Confirmation</a>: <b>Transmeta's Mobile Linux is based on Debian</b>, as
+was rumored earlier.
 Every week Debian Weekly News reports on a very few of the more important
-and newsworthy happennings in Debian. But don't be fooled by the apparent
+and newsworthy happenings in Debian. But don't be fooled by the apparent
 slimness of these summaries. A <em>lot</em> is happening beneath the
 surface, as <a href="http://lwn.net/2000/0316/backpage.phtml#backpage";>this
 letter</a> points out:
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+++ english/News/weekly/2000/11/index.wml	2000/08/29 07:27:32	1.10
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PAGENAME="" SUMMARY=""
+#use wml::debian::weeklynews::header PUBDATE="2000-4-11" SUMMARY="Signed packages; new mailing lists; direct access to Incoming."
 <b>Welcome</b> to Debian Weekly News, a newsletter for the Debian developer
@@ -6,9 +6,69 @@
-5 new mailing lists have been created, for purposes ranging from porting to
-the PA-RISC and S/390 to Dutch internationalization.
+For a <a href="../../1999/24/#signdebs">long time</a> everyone has been aware
+of a <b>basic security problem in Debian</b>: packages can be changed on
+Debian mirrors and users have no way to verify that the package they download
+is the same package a developer uploaded. Two ideas have come up again and
+again as ways to make this more secure. The first idea is to allow for
+signatures inside the .deb files themselves, which lets one verify that a
+given developer built a package. The second is to allow for signed Packages.gz
+files, which lets one verify that the package went through the normal
+upload process. Neither of these signatures will provide perfect security.
+There are many holes left; for example, a developer's computer may be
+cracked and if they do not manage their keys wisely, their key may be
+compromised. In the past, in typical Debian fashion, we have held off doing
+anything since there was no known perfect solution.
+This issue has 
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0003/msg01283.html";>
+resurfaced</a> this week, and there is a growing inclination to implement
+both types of signatures, though both are imperfect, to allow the
+security bar to at least be raised a bit higher. After some
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0004/msg00013.html";>long
+discussions</a> on the
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0004/msg00188.html";>mailing
+lists</a> and on
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0004/msg00245.html";>irc</a>,
+more and more <b>people are reaching consensus on this</b>. Now, who will
+implement it?
+<b>5 new mailing lists</b> have been
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-0003/msg01812.html";>
+created</a>, for purposes ranging from porting to the PA-RISC and S/390 to
+Dutch internationalisation.
+<b>Direct access</a> to the Incoming directory</b> is now available at
+<a href="http://incoming.debian.org/";>http://incoming.debian.org/</a>. The
+old Incoming mirror network is being
+<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-project-0004/msg00000.html";>shut
+The IBM Global Services "Linux Support Line" in conjunction with Alcôve
+will now offer <b>phone support for Debian in several countries</b>.
+Interestingly, their <a href="http://linuxpr.com/releases/1596.html";>press
+release</a> claims that Debian is <i>the current market leader (27%)</i>.
+<b>New packages</b> in Debian this week include the following, and 24 more:
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/mail/abook.html">abook</a>: A text-based ncurses address book application.
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/admin/bass.html">bass</a>: Bulk Auditing Security Scanner <b>[non-free]</b>
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/admin/debwrap.html">debwrap</a>: Wrapper for dpkg/apt-get
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/doxygen.html">doxygen</a>: Documentation system for C, C++ and IDL.
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/tex/dvipdfm.html">dvipdfm</a>: A DVI to PDF translator.
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/graphics/fujiplay.html">fujiplay</a>: Interface for Fuji digital cameras
+<li><a href="../../../../Packages/unstable/devel/gob.html">gob</a>: GTK+ Object Builder
 #use wml::debian::weeklynews::footer
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