Re: RE : Re: Linux Magazin Germany, affecting Debian's image?!
Radu-Cristian FOTESCU <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> --- Joerg Jaspert <email@example.com> a écrit :
>> That was done by me for Cebit, like we did for some other years already.
> Well, it seems to lack the proper labeling then.
>> -legal is the wrong list for this, there is no legal issue behind that.
> I thought this is not official!
> 1. The magazine (on the Web; I have not buyed it) didn't said it was a
> "special CeBIT edition".
But it says "Debian sarge special",
> 2. It clearly contains packages not on the official update list. AFAIK,
> backports like FF1.5 and X.org are not _official_ for Sarge.
it advertises explicitly that this is an updated version of sarge, after
talking about Debian's conservative version policy. Do you understand
> I'm not very sure "it happened to". It's for sale now, labeled "sarge".
No, it isn't labelled "sarge".
> Sorry to say such things and possibly raise conflictual feelings, but do you
> really feel this is *right*?
Even if it is not, it's off-topic on -legal. Please continue this on
-project; note that I'm not subscribed there.
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