Martin Schulze | 28 Feb 21:08 2006

Debian Weekly News - February 28th, 2006

Debian Weekly News
Debian Weekly News - February 28th, 2006

Welcome to this year's 9th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the
Debian community. Lars Wirzenius [1]de-nominated himself from the
upcoming project leader election due to aspects and parts of the
project that he can't emotionally deal with. In a former [2]article
he already investigated the role of the project leader and came to the
conclusion that the important thing is to inspire and not to force.


Call for Votes for the GFDL Position Statement. Manoj Srivastava
[3]called for [4]votes on a General Resolution to address the Debian
project's position on the [5]GNU Free Documentation License. The
result of this vote will affect the way the Debian projects handles
documentation released under this particular license. The vote
distinguishes between works with and without invariant sections.


Implementing the Mirror Split. Anthony Towns [6]announced that will soon stop including a number of architectures for
etch (testing) and sid (unstable). Since the total size of the archive
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