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From: Marc Singer <elf_at_buici.com>
Date: 2003-10-24 22:18:47 CEST

----- Forwarded message from Ian Murdock <imurdock@progeny.com> -----

From: Ian Murdock <imurdock@progeny.com>
Subject: status of Progeny projects
To: pgi-workers@lists.progeny.com, discover-workers@lists.progeny.com,
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 14:45:56 -0500
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Hi all,

(Please forward to other lists as appropriate.)

We at Progeny haven't been terribly good of late at keeping the
community in the loop on the status of our many Debian-related
projects (PGI and Discover in particular, which have gotten the
most community interest). This message aims to correct
the situation; please contact me with any comments or questions.

First or all, we are in the process of moving all of our projects from a
Progeny-internal CVS repository to a community-accessible Subversion

repository; the migration should be complete within the next couple of
weeks. This move will make it easier for the community to participate
directly in our projects, even when a particular project isn't
currently on the high priority list for us. These projects
include: discover and discover-data, the configlets and accompanying
modules (etherconf, aptconf, localeconf, timezoneconf,
etc.) and our package signing work (apt-checksigs and debsigs-verify).

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