|Subject:||[gNewSense-users] Re: Sharing of information.|
|Date:||Sun, 5 Aug 2007 22:24:30 +0100|
On Monday 23 July 2007 21:31:09 Keith G. Robertson-Turner wrote:
> Verily I say unto thee, that Chris Andrew spake thusly:
> > I've just been looking at the Gobuntu suspected non-free wiki page
> > < https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Gobuntu/pkg-non-free>
> > gNewsense has exactly the same page
> > < http://wiki.gnewsense.org/Main/SuspectedNonFree>
> Slightly OT, but ... why is Ubuntu using such an old version of BIND?
> Version 9 has been around for about 7 years!
> Keith G. Robertson-Turner
I'm afraid for my tree weeks down... but I was at the seaside (with a nice
I have opened the Gobuntu suspected non-free wiki page.
I haven't seen the gNewSense page (but I suspected that page exists).
In my opinion we MUST work with the gNewSense development team, because the
two project, in the end, are the same project: a fork of ubuntu that would
include only free-software. In my opinion, if we ask they, they will be happy
to help us, because if gobuntu will be ok, the dev team of gNewSense will
have less work to do.
In my opinion the old version of BIND was given from the debian repo and
nobody have looked the version of the package.
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