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Re: GNU/Hurd Section on the website

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: GNU/Hurd Section on the website
Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2003 16:02:46 +0200 (MEST)

   Is there a GNU/Hurd provided by GNU?  No.  So what is this GNU/Hurd
   you are talking about?  It is Debian GNU/Hurd.

GNU 0.2 exists.

   The current setup on the web page is a compromise, because nobody
   worked on the Debian GNU/Hurd web pages at

Any volunteers that would like to work on the Debian GNU/Hurd pages?

   Increasing the amount of Debian GNU/Hurd documentation on the Hurd
   page is not the direction I am aiming at.  I realize that currently
   we do have some documentation, but it is just because that is
   better than nothing.

If increasing Debian GNU/Hurd specific documentation is not a goal,
then I don't think we should add Neal's Installation guide.

The goal of making a GNU/Hurd section was not to add more Debian
GNU/Hurd documentation, but split up the already existing
documentation on the web pages.  So that users will have an easier
time finding the relevant information.  The only reference in the
GNU/Hurd section to Debian GNU/Hurd would be just a small blurb that
currently the only distribution of GNU/Hurd is Debian GNU/Hurd and
maybe some history about GNU 0.{0,1,2}.  The rest would be just links
to the GNU/Hurd specific documents already at the web pages
(essentially the whole Installation section).

When I think about it, it would be moving the whole Installation
section up a step, and renaming it to GNU/Hurd...


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