Re: Debian Project News 2011/12 frozen. Please review and translate.
On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 12:37:31AM -0400, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
> Le 2011-08-13 11:24, Francesca Ciceri a écrit :
> >We just finished the last bits for the latest issue of the Debian Project
> >News to be released Monday. We would appreciate reviews and translations.
> Thank you Francesca. Here are my remarks:
Thanks Filipus ;-)
> >Still on the topic of
> >DreamPlug, Clint Adams and Jason Cooper worked on adding support for the
> >DreamPlug to upstream u-boot while Héctor Orón and Nick Bane
> >analyzed the current state of patches from Marvell and Globalscale used
> >to support the DreamPlug against both upstream and current Debian kernel
> >Asheesh want to thank all the people who have worked
> >during the last year to achieve this result: Jan Dittberner, Christoph Haas,
> >Johnny Lamb, David Paleino, Andrey Rahmatullin, Kalle Söderman,
> >Christine Spang, Arno Töll, Wolodja Wentland, Paul Wise and Serafeim Zanikolas.
> ><a href="http://www.emdebian.org/about/">Emdebian</a> is an official
> >sub-project of Debian for running Debian on embedded devices
> Do we have a source for that?
I'm not sure to mention Emdebian as an official sub-project of Debian,
anyone else can confirm it please with a source?
"Emdebian becomes an official Debian subproject"
"During 2003 Emdebian became an official part of Debian as Amirix kindly
agreed to transfer the domain name to SPI, now that they were no longer
directly interested in the project." http://www.emdebian.org/about/history.html
"Emdebian has long described itself as an \"official sub project of
Debian\" but this status has never actually been granted by Debian."
"The only references I see to Emdebian being an \"official Debian
subproject\" are from the emdebian.org website itself - I have never
seen mention of this from any DPL, past or present. What makes
Emdebian an \"official Debian subproject\"?
It was agreed with TBM when he was DPL"
> >There has been
> > one<q>People behind Debian</q> interview: with
> ><a href="http://raphaelhertzog.com/2011/08/07/people-behind-debian-margarita-manterola/">Margarita Manterola, Debian Women member
> There is no need for the colon.
Not sure here, for me the colon is right, anyone else?
> >However, packages in the base system (i.e packages with
> ><q>Priority: required</q>), and their dependencies, must use gzip as
> >otherwise debootstrap will be unable to install a system
> There is no need to surround "and their dependencies" with commas.
> >Debian's Stable Release Team released an update announcement for the package:
> ><a href="http://firstname.lastname@example.org">clamav</a>,
> ><a href="http://email@example.com">clive</a>.
> Looks like several packageS.
Fernando C. Estrada
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