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Re: [gNewSense-users] the community and aging packages

From: Patrick Frank
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] the community and aging packages
Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2014 12:23:46 +0100

I thought about it for a while whether it would be a bad or good idea to answer "on list" or directly by mail. But maybe this is of interest to other people too:

Where "" (and I think the wiki as a whole) is down at the moment the Chaos Communication Congress is still ongoing. There is a gopher alternative at with information. The live stream is available at and the non-official video recording of Richard Stallman's talk at:

Greetings, Patrick.

On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 12:05 PM, Narcis Garcia <address@hidden> wrote:
Is there any web page with this referred talk?

El 30/12/14 a les 11:53, Patrick Frank ha escrit:
> Hello,
> when I saw the talk of Richard Stallman at the Chaos Communication
> Congress yesterday I felt inspired to try to change my habits as user of
> the GNU/Linux operating system towards a more free approach in computing.
> The first thing that I have observed is that the community on IRC and
> mailing lists is very much silent.
> Another aspect that started to worry me is the aging of packages. As
> user I am not only restricted to free packages only which cuts out quite
> a few useful tools but they are based on a Debian release from May 2013
> and the current alpha version will be based on that branch too when I am
> not mistaken.
> Is the project still vital at all?
> Where do gnewsense users meet these days to be social?
> What are the main release goals for gnewsense 4.0?
> Greetings, Patrick.
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