Re: software download
On Oct Tue 21 2003 11:08, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> On Tuesday, Oct 21, 2003, at 00:36 America/New_York, J. Javier Maestro
> >On Oct Mon 20 2003 02:01, SpawnPPC wrote:
> >>Hi all,
> >>I'm Emanuele, from Italy.
> >>Where I can found and download with apt-get this software for
> >>unstable distribution?
> >>- Wine
> >>- WineX
> >>- GameBoy Color Emulator
> >>- GameBoy Color Advance Emulator
> >>- LibMagick5.5.5 (needed to install transcode package) (i have found
> >>libmagick5.5.7 but it isn't compatible)
> >>Thanx for all and good work.
> >Hi Emanuele,
> >It is usually considered of good "nettiquete" to give some feedback to
> >the answers you get from a list such as DebianPPC. Specially when the
> >questions you ask have an easy answer (meaning a straight Google
> >and you still get some answers from people.
> >I know that your english might not be perfect... but neither is mine! I
> >am Spanish, and you are Italian (we are almost cousins), but a quick
> >email (like the quick emails that you send to the list) to say thanks
> >should be enough.
> >And remember... Google is your friend...
> Google isn't everyone's friend: http://www.google-watch.org/
> There are other search engines out there, and they actually work. Yes,
> Google seems to work best, but its scary to me that they are completely
> privately held and basically accountable to no one. Google is pretty
> much the opposite of Debian in that regard. It would be great if there
> were publically maintained search engine, we need a free search engine
> that runs on free software.
> time to get off the soapbox... (this wasn't meant to be a personal
> attack at all, I am merely trying to spread the word).
Yeah, I knew about that one... :-/ Hey, nothing can be perfect! ;-) I
agree 100% with you on that, but it will take time to shift to something
half as good as Google... perhaps, when grid and distributed projects
grow and XML finally hits the Net, it will be a clever idea to implement
a daemon that has a little DB in each computer about the public contents
of the website and that syncs with a centralised cluster of servers that
can store an insane amount of people's syncs... just worried about the
security implications, though..
Anyways, let's hope free (as in freedom+beer) search engine projects
grow up in strenght and quality :)
J. Javier Maestro