Debian news letter volunteers (was Re: splitting up the ...)
On Sat, 2 Aug 1997, Randy Edwards wrote:
> >>> A third idea, make a debian-news. A few debian people put together some
> >>> pages each week summarizing the latest with debian.
> Couldn't debian-announce be used for this?
Perhaps. I wasn't aware that debian-announce was different from
debian-changes. I've never subscribed to this, so I don't know what the
volume is. The intention is to have a max of 2-3 messages per week for
the users that don't want a high volume list. I'm guessing that security
releases and major debian releases (1.2 - 1.3, was the 1.3.0 - 1.3.1 ever
announced) are what is currently posted. If there is more (debian on the
shuttle) then maybe that could go in the weekly news letter. If this is
all correct, I guess all we need is a few volunteers to put it together.
What the heck, I'll finally do something. If you are interested, reply
by e-mail with: list you currently read, areas you are interested in,
ammount of time you have to contribute, and whatever else you feel is
relevant. If there are no objections after a few days, I'll get in
contact with the debain-announce moderator, and hopefully have something
in the next few weeks.
Brandon Mitchell E-mail: email@example.com
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