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Bug#154247: marked as done (www.debian.org: Please document new security procedure)

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Subject: www.debian.org: Please document new security procedure
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Package: www.debian.org
Version: N/A; reported 2002-07-25
Severity: normal

Looking for details of the new security upload procedure on
http://security.debian.org and http://www.debian.org/devel/ (including
in the copy of the developer's refernce) I was unable to find anything
that seemed relevant.  It would be desirable for there to be some
documentation of this procedure somewhere fairly obvious - there seem to
be a number of uploads happening which impy that ti's not widely known.

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From: Pierre Machard <pmachard@tuxfamily.org>
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Subject: Re: Please document new security procedure
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the new security upload procedure is describe into the security faq.


                                Pierre Machard
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