Martin Schulze | 30 Dec 20:13 2003

Debian Weekly News - December 30th, 2003

Debian Weekly News
Debian Weekly News - December 30th, 2003

Welcome to this year's 52nd issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for
the Debian community. LinuxCertified [1]announced the Debian-certified
[2]LC2430 laptop, which is sold with Debian GNU/Linux pre-configured.
Merry Christmas: Nathanael Nerode [3]noticed that the list of
[4]release critical bugs is below 600.


Debian Timeline 2003. We have prepared a [5]timeline for the ending
year as retrospective of a quite exciting and active year. It lists
(hopefully) all major events of the year 2003 as they were mentioned
in the past 51 issues of DWN. They are composed by a total of 36
volunteer writers and translated into a dozen languages by many
developers. A big and warm thanks for your great work.


Testing Advances. Anthony Towns [6]reported that several packages
with release-critical bugs have been removed from testing. Perl and
zlib were also pushed to move into testing soon. He also noted that
anyone can upgrade and downgrade bug reports if it is appropriate.
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