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Re: Debian Project News 2010/13 frozen. Please review and translate

 On 2010-10-01 14:39, Alexander Reichle-Schmehl wrote:

We just finished the last bits for the latest issue of the Debian
Project News to be release on Monday (Hey, back on time ;).  I would
appreciate reviews and

Instructions can be found on http://wiki.debian.org/ProjectNews

Best regards,

Thank you Alexander. There are still several issues in this issue, I won't be available until Thursday, but here are quick remarks:

Rahpaël Hertzog

While there appeared to
be a shortage of baklava
Is this relevant enough to make the news?

Thanks very much for the hard work,
Who is thanking? In any case I don't think the news is the right place to transmit thanks.

This weekend we enabled<tt>squeeze-volatile</tt>  on<tt>ftp-master</tt>
and setup the needed scripts so that the volatile team can fill it
with packages whenever needed.
Using "we" in the news is unusual/unclear.

Please note that the general
handling of volatile starting with<q>Squeeze</q>  is now different to the
way volatile worked in the past.
Why should readers note that...?

Debian was accepted as a mentoring
organisation for the fourth time in a row.
2010 was the fifth time [in a row].

Again it was a great success
with eight students completing their projects successfully.
I don't know if if was a great success, but I certainly don't think the mail referenced supports that.

Russell Coker create a<a href="http://etbe.coker.com.au/2010/09/20/my-squeeze-se-linux-repository/";>package repository for packages fixing SELinux
related bugs</a>  for Debian<q>Squeeze</q>.
I suppose "create" should read "created".

<p>According to the<a
href="http://udd.debian.org/bugs.cgi";>Bugs Search interface of the
Universal Debian Database</a>, the upcoming release,
	Debian 6.0<q>Squeeze</q>, is currently affected by
301 release-critical bugs. Ignoring bugs which are easily solved
	or on the way to being solved, roughly speaking, about
177 release-critical bugs remain to be solved for the
	release to happen.</p>
The high number is not the number of RC bugs affecting squeeze, but the number of RC bugs still remaining to be fixed in squeeze. The number affecting is currently 330.

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