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Re: When does gnu.org/s/hurd update?

From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: Re: When does gnu.org/s/hurd update?
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2019 09:40:59 +0200
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On 2019-09-06T22:12:51+0200, Muto <shack@muto.ca> wrote:
> As I understand it, gnu.org/s/hurd is the "official" website for the
> Hurd, but it isn't editable like the Darnassus site.


> Is there a reason
> for this that I should know about?

Content published from gnu.org has to be held to a higher standard than
what sometimes is added to/changed on the wiki.  Basically, just like
code patches have to be reviewed before they get into the official
repositories.  Only that for this web content, the review/rework happens
after it is published on the wiki.  This should be explained on

> The news on gnu.org/s/hurd is still
> stuck on 2016. Is there someone responsible for updating the site on the
> GNU servers?

That's me, and it will happen one day.  I'm aware that I'm way behind
what would be a reasonable expectation for the time it takes for this
manual synchronization to happen.

> I looked around and even asked, but I couldn't find a concrete answer.

Again, this should be explained on


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