Re: Debian WWW CVS commit by joey: webwml/polish/News Makefile weekly/Makefile we ...
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On Tue, Oct 09, 2001 at 05:54:48AM -0700, Debian WWW CVS wrote:
> CVSROOT: /cvs/webwml
> Module name: webwml
> Changes by: joey 01/10/09 05:54:48
> Added files:
> polish/News : Makefile
> polish/News/weekly: Makefile index.wml
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> Second, discussion on this list has been going on for a very long time
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> The open and distributed process in which the Linux operating system
> has developed fosters rapid growth of the operating system,
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