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Bug#100188: marked as done (collect often-used acronyms somewhere)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #100188,
regarding collect often-used acronyms somewhere
to be marked as done.

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Package: lists.debian.org
Version: N/A; reported 2001-06-09
Severity: wishlist


when I first subscribed to Debian mailing lists, it took me quite a
while to work out all those Debian-specific acronyms used on the
lists. I think it would be a very good idea if all new subscribers
were sent a list of acronyms in the "You have added to the subscriber
list of" (sp! ;-) message, e.g. a paragraph like this:

On the Debian mailing lists, a number of acronyms specific to Debian
are in common use. Here is a list of the most important ones - more
information on the individual terms is available on

AM    (new maintainer) application manager
BTS   bug tracking system
DAM   Developer Accounts Manager
DD    Debian Developer
DFSG  Debian Free Software Guidelines
ITA   intend to adopt
ITO   intend to orphan (a package)
ITP   intend to package
NM    new maintainer
PL    project leader
QA    quality assurance
RFP   request for packager
TC    Technical Committee
WNPP  work-needing and prospective packages

-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux elessar 2.2.19 #1 Mon May 21 19:42:05 CEST 2001 i686

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Since a very long time noone implemented this additional
glossary and we already have http://wiki.debian.org/Glossary
IMO no need to have another one. Therefore closing this bug.

regards Thomas

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