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Re: The Documentation Webpage for Each Debian Release?

Thank you, Ms. Reina, for quickly responding to my email, but I was
not looking for the link:

In my 10 years experience as a Debian user I have learnt to find pages
like https://www.debian.org/releases/wheezy or simply,

In fact, I was actually (precisely) looking for the documentation page
on Wheezy. That appears to be lost in time. But I require it very
much. The pages for Debian Wheezy, _analogous_ to Debian Stretch, the
latest Debian release, having the link beginning from
https://www.debian.org/doc/, all the way down to

Say, for example, something like, Documentation For Wheezy, at

I hope that I have been able to explain myself better this time.


On 24/09/2018, Laura Arjona Reina <larjona@debian.org> wrote:
> Hello Rajib
> El 24/9/18 a las 13:03, Susmita/Rajib escribió:
>> Dear List Administrator,
>> Every current Debian Release has a documentation page here: Documentation
>> https://www.debian.org/doc/
>> Unfortunately, the documentation webpage for the older releases can
>> not being found. For example, I wanted to read the web documentation
>> page for Debian Wheezy. But can no longer find it.
>> Could you please help?
> The documentation related to Debian Wheezy (installation guide, release
> notes)
> can be found in the page about the Wheezy release:
> https://www.debian.org/releases/wheezy
> I am not sure if we should add some lines to https://www.debian.org/doc/
> explaining this; so I'm attaching a proposal and CC'ing debian-doc mailing
> list.
> Note: I don't like my wording, I'm sure there is a simpler/clearer way to
> express the idea, but I couldn't find it...
> Kind regards
> --
> Laura Arjona Reina
> https://wiki.debian.org/LauraArjona

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