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Re: Archive, out of date web pages, Navigator 3.0, etc

> I'm trying to help myself.  Really.  But, the Debian web pages only
> list mailing list archives up to June 1996, 

My scripts that made the archives then were lost in a disk crash; I've
recently recreated them, and the FTP archive (/debian/debian-lists)
are up to date.

As for the webserver, it has very recently moved to a new machine. Right 
now, there is no /FTP/, no list archives etc. We're working on them.

Hopefully, sometime in the not too distant future, www.debian.org will
function properly (or even improved).

> 10.  Things seem to have just fallen off the face of the earth
>      after June 1996.  What's going on?  There are dead links
>      on the arguably most important document on the Debian
>      WWW site:  The Installation Instructions.  None of the links
>      to the base14*, root.bin, and boot1440.bin disks work. 

Whoops... the announcement was written when ftp.i-connect.net was more
up to date then ftp.debian.org. I've fixed the links in the master copy
which is mirrored to www.debian.org.

UNFAIR  Term applied to advantages enjoyed by other people which we tried 
to cheat them out of and didn't manage. See also DISHONESTY, SNEAKY, 
- The Hipcrime Vocab by Chad C. Mulligan  

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