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Re: debian documentations for my webside

On Thu, Sep 20, 2001 at 12:10:09PM +0200, Manfred Heyen wrote:
> Hello the Debian Project,
> my name is Manfred Heyen,
> I want to create a new webside with the name - Debian Project Releases
> -  . I want to give the visiter a overview about the Debian Releases
> from  the begining until today, with original documentations and other
> material I found.
> My questions are: Can I get old ( and newer )documentations from your
> server to make material for my new webside? 

Try the Debian Project History at

> need I a specially username, password or can I do it anonymous to
> connect the server?

I don't believe any of our software or documentation is hidden.

Since you posted to -legal: all the documentation written for Debian is
(or certainly should be!) modifiable and redistributable in a way
compatible with the Debian Free Software Guidelines
(<URL:http://www.debian.org/social_contract#guidelines>). Check each
document for more details.)

> I try to visit the Debian Archive Server, but I can connect them.

archive.debian.org is down, I think. There are mirrors: try, for
instance, <URL:http://source.rfc822.org/pub/mirror/archive.debian.org/>.


Colin Watson                                  [cjwatson@flatline.org.uk]

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