Heyho! [cc:s of replies appreciated. Thanks.] I'm trying to get back to a more regular publishing schedule for the "random developer" interviews at times.debian.net -- but lately times.d.n has been down more often than not, and I hesitate to send out another batch of interview requests. I'm not subscribed to this list anymore (but I had a look at the list archives) and haven't found anything recent beyond  which says there was no final decision. Is times.d.n going to be abandoned for now or is there any hope that it will be back soon? Should I move the interviews to news.debian.net (OTOH I'm not sure this would be on topic there) or to some other channel? (Of course, I can always abandon the series, although personally I liked to read the answers and I did get a few emails expressing the same sentiment.) cheers -- vbi  http://lists.debian.org/debian-publicity/2009/07/msg00010.html -- Don't ask about sysfs. It's a Heisenberg system: attempting to document it changes the next release. -- Robert Landley, "Where Linux Kernel Documentation Hides"
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