El 17 de mayo de 2017 19:51:02 CEST, Warren Stramiello <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribió:
>Do any of y'all know who is in charge of the Debian-Lex project /
>webpage? It looks like it has been inactive for years and I wanted to
>update the page ... but I'm not sure whom to contact to get the
>permissions to do so.
>I also wanted to see if anyone is still active on the Debian-Lex
>subproject so that I could help out--if not,
The last non-spam messages in the list, about the status of the project:
And the wiki page:
I may be able to start it
>up again (since I've been using Debian since Hamm, I've been an
>here in the US for the last decade, and I use Debian (and OSS tools)
>heavily in my legal practice).
Thanks for your support to Debian all these years.
Any idea who the best folks to pester
>about that would be?
I would post to the list my proposals and try to go ahead if there is no resistance, as Andreas Tille says in the mail thread posted above.
For changing/updating the wiki you need a wiki account; go to
If you have no wiki account yet.
For changing/updates the pages in www.debian.org feel free, for now, to propose new text here directly in the debian-www mailing list, and hopefully somebody in the website team can make the changes in our repo. Maybe it's good to coordinate with/inform the Debian Blends team:
in order to ease the work of restarting Debian Lex development, and move the related info to the www.debian.org/blends section once the development is ongoing.
Thank you very much for your interest!
Laura Arjona Reina
- From: Warren Stramiello <email@example.com>