Here is an indication of some of the people who have indicated that they wish to participate in the Debian-Lex project. At the moment we are mainly communicating by private email, but this is hampering development so I would like to reiterate this bug report (and the related bug report 189807) in the hope that this sub-project can be "made official" soon and get its proper mailing list and Web space. Ken Walker <email@example.com> - Canadian lawyer using Debian Matt Black <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Law student, publicity guru Thurgood Alex <email@example.com> - French lawyer and Linux user, who has offered to help with translations, etc. Kikko <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Italian law student and translator Renier Leenders <email@example.com> - Linux user from the Netherlands with a University degree in Dutch law Stephen Hargrove <firstname.lastname@example.org> - American former lawyer Andrew Perry <email@example.com> - Australian lawyer who does PHP/MySQL development on Linux Andrew MA Cater <firstname.lastname@example.org> - UK law graduate I haven't included in the above list the upstream maintainers of the packages selected for inclusion in the sub-project, although some of them will be directly participating also. Apologies if I've omitted anyone from the above list, which is probable. -- JEREMY MALCOLM <Jeremy@Malcolm.id.au> Personal: http://www.malcolm.id.au Providing online networks of Australian lawyers (http://www.ilaw.com.au) and Linux experts (http://www.linuxconsultants.com.au) for instant help! Disclaimer: http://www.terminus.net.au/disclaimer.html. GPG key: finger.
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