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Wichert Akkerman

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Issue #27, Section #1 (16 Mar 2001: Removing Perl as an Essential Package)
Issue #27, Section #4 (16 Mar 2001: Archiving Historical Bug Reports)
Issue #26, Section #1 (13 Mar 2001: New and Improved dpkg-shlibdeps, but in Python)
Issue #25, Section #4 (2 Mar 2001: Packaging Policy on Build-Depends)
Issue #22, Section #1 (10 Feb 2001: Wishful Thinking About Package Management)
Issue #21, Section #5 (1 Feb 2001: Ill-Advised Optimization)
Issue #21, Section #9 (1 Feb 2001: 2.4 Kernels In Potato)
Issue #17, Section #3 (5 Jan 2001: Wishful Thinking About Package Management)
Issue #16, Section #5 (29 Dec 2000: Shared Filesystems)
Issue #15, Section #1 (22 Dec 2000: New handling of setuid packages)
Issue #14, Section #1 (14 Dec 2000: Converging the Debian build)
Issue #12, Section #4 (23 Nov 2000: Linux Taxed In Poland)
Issue #10, Section #4 (9 Nov 2000: Out Of Date Debian Banner Ad On The Net)
Issue #9, Section #2 (2 Nov 2000: Perl 5.6)
Issue #9, Section #3 (2 Nov 2000: FHS Testsuite)
Issue #6, Section #3 (12 Oct 2000: Progress On 'lintian')
Issue #6, Section #5 (12 Oct 2000: 'dpkg-scanpackages' And Multiple Package Versions)
Issue #4, Section #1 (27 Sep 2000: Samba Adjusts To Variable Win2K Protocols)
Issue #2, Section #1 (14 Sep 2000: Dependencies And Package Groupings)
Issue #2, Section #4 (14 Sep 2000: Where's The 'prc-tools' Package?)
Issue #2, Section #5 (14 Sep 2000: KDE Coming To The Official Distribution)
Issue #1, Section #5 (7 Sep 2000: Sources For Potato Security Fixes)
Issue #1, Section #8 (7 Sep 2000: Removing Version Numbers From Debian Releases?)

 

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