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Re: Return a Debian system to a pristine state

On Ma, 02 iun 20, 11:03:48, Victor Sudakov wrote:
> David Wright wrote:
> > 
> > It's many years since I ran servers in what one might call "hostile"
> > environments, so the current situation suits me, and I don't keep up
> > with discussions like those in
> > https://manpages.debian.org/experimental/policy-rcd-declarative/policy-rc.d-declarative.8.en.html
> It's an interesting development, I'm positively interested. Do you know
> if I can somehow subscribe to see what's happening in this direction?

The Debian Package Tracker[1] supports "subscribing" to source packages, 
to receive various updates about the package (bugs, uploads, testing 
migration, etc.).

Most Debian packages have their source code on Salsa[2], which is 
Debian's Gitlab instance. Since policy-rcd-declarative is a "native" 
package, that is also the upstream source.

[1] https://tracker.debian.org
[2] https://salsa.debian.org

Hope this helps,

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