The Debian Weekly News
for July 20, 2004 is
out. Topics this week include the University of Zaragoza in Spain which
plans to distribute 50,000 copies of its Debian/GNOME based distribution;
the General Resolution to force AMD64 into Sarge; Debian's increasing
market share; GNUstep policy violation; GNU Compiler Collection 3.4 in
unstable; and more.
The Debian-Installer team met on IRC on July 17. Here are the minutes of that meeting.
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This week's Front page contains an analysis
of the General Resolution to force AMD64 in
Sarge. We'll just add a post from
Martin Michlmayr, Debian Project Leader, on the steps he has taken to
resolve this issue.
Ian Lynagh has made two new package status web
pages available. One gives you the status of all your packages (or an
arbitrary list of packages) on all arches, the other gives you the
information in the buildd status text files.
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