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Bug#147561: marked as done (please link to BTS howto)

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The BTS Howto, written and maintained by me, is at
http://people.debian.org/~moshez/bts-howto.html and is meant
as best practices guide, and an informal introduction, to the
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From: Davide Puricelli <evo@debian.org>
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Hi, I added a link to BTS Howto on http://www.debian.org/Bugs page,
thanks for your work and your report.

Best Regards,
Davide Puricelli, dpuricelli@tin.it
Debian Developer: evo@debian.org | http://www.debian.org
Undergraduate Student of Computer Science at University of Bologna
PGP key: finger evo@db.debian.org

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