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Re: SEUL: Re: SEUL distribution?
Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org <!!!!!!>
On 16 Jan 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> I have a last observation: an important factor of succes is
> associating people to the project and the way you treat them. Every
> one having received an announce for something as important as a change
> of base distribution? I haven't and it seemed I was not the only
> surprised. So if this is not a mail lost problem I find such things
> highly unfortunate.
I'm sorry if it's sounded like the decisions been "made". The decision is
well-formed, but I explicitly posted an RFC to the list. What I am
reading now is very useful, as it helps me decide whether this is the
right way to go. However, it will take quite a few good reasons to
convince me that it is not.
I will soon outline all the reasons I have seen both for and against using
Debian, and will post that. The weekend draws near, so I should have a
little more time to do this.
I want to keep communication as open as possible. This is one reason why
I would like to start from Debian.
P.S. *please* use the reply-to at the top of these messages. I'm posting
these from a work using a mailer that can't easily set the reply-to
header. Some mail may get lost for a day or two (over weekends) if sent
Erik Walthinsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> - SEUL Project system architect
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