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How vendor pages are maintained?

On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 10:22:03AM +0330, Amir H. Moin wrote:
> Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > Hi,
> Hi Mr. Osamu and other ladies/gentlemen on the list,
> Firstly, Happy new year.

Happy new year in few days :-)

> Secondly, many thanks for your attention and kind reply.
> Finally, to be honest, yes; I've passed all of the steps with particular
> care. 

Do you know where we can see your submitted info.

I also looked at your site.
This only says free dvd.  As I see this page, you display nothing
explicit about what is available in accordance to our guideline.

> And surprisingly, one of my friends in Germany has got the same
> problem.

I see.  Let me check the situation.  I have been wondering ...

> Anyway, sorry for bothering you, and thanks indeed.

The history of that page is available at:
atterer is the only one recently adding people and you see how frequent
he does.  (csmall used to update it.  FYI anyone here with web write
access can change such web page but we do not have access to needed
information and I do not think as the owner to do it. )  Anyway, waiting
for 2 months is not long for how it is managed. I CCed him.

http://www.debian.org/intro/organization lists 
  Vendors -- <debian-cd-vendors@lists.debian.org>  
But http://lists.debian.org/misc.html states
  debian-cd-vendors: How to sell all the Debian CDs [dead list] 
and lastly used in 2001.

Does anone know how these pages are maintained?  Where is the visible
data for what has been submittd from web form.  (Which Maiking list?)


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