Re: [RFR] wml://News/2012/20120311.wml Debian Edu Squeeze announcement frozen. Please review and translate
On 2012-03-10 13:45, David Prévot wrote:
Debian Edu Squeeze Release should be published tomorrow as planed, and
we would appreciate reviews and translations.
As usual, the last updated version is available on the publicity
Subversion repository, even via HTTP:
Thank you David, here are my remarks.
Those who want to give Debian Edu<q>Squeeze</q> a try, there are
download and installation instructions</a> available, including
detailed instructions in the<a href="http://maintainer.skolelinux.org/debian-edu-doc/en/debian-edu-squeeze-manual.html#GettingStarted"><q>Getting
Started</q> chapter of the manual</a> explaining the first steps, eg setting
up a network or adding users.
Otherwise, if I understand correctly that the news is about Debian Edu
"going from lenny to squeeze", the following is strange:
Besides including everything provided by the fourth update
of Debian<q>Squeeze</q> (6.0.4), this new release of Debian
Edu introduces some interesting improvements, including:
replacement of LWAT with GOsa² as the LDAP administration interface;
updated artwork and new Debian Edu / Skolelinux logo; a new LXDE desktop option,
in addition to KDE (default) and GNOME (LXDE and GNOME are available only
with the CD installation method); faster LTSP client boot;
improved handing of removable media on thin clients; a new roaming workstation
profile for laptops; full Samba NT4 domain support for Windows XP/Vista/7; etc.
I guess this should rather say something like "Besides including
everything provided by the update to Debian <q>Squeeze</q> (6),".