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Sleeping Cousins

Over time, some of the KT newsletters have lost their authors, although the projects they covered are still very much alive and well. This page links to those newsletters. If anyone is interested in starting any of these up again, please contact Zack Brown.

Git

Zack Brown wrote a single issue of Git Traffic, covering the first several months of activity on the git mailing list.
Git Traffic Home Page
Git Traffic Archives
Git Traffic People
Git Traffic Topics

KDE

Zack Rusin, Charles de Miramon, Juergen Appel, Leif Jensen, Rob Kaper, Timothy R. Butler, Aaron J. Seigo, and Chris Howells have all contributed to this newsletter, producing a total of 46 issues. It covers development of the K Desktop Environment.
KDE Traffic Home Page
KDE Traffic Archives
KDE Traffic People
KDE Traffic Topics

Gimp

Sam Phillips wrote the first six issues of this newsletter, then was replaced by Alex Harford until issue #25, when Cris Flagg took over. Cris took it through issue #44. It covers development of the Gimp image manipulation tool.
Gimp Traffic Home Page
Gimp Traffic Archives
Gimp Traffic People
Gimp Traffic Topics

Debian

A number of people contributed to the first 28 issues of Debian Traffic, including Zack Brown, Prashanth MundKur, Steve Robins, Jens Müller, Eusebio C Rufian-Zilbermann, Seth Kohn, Benedict Köhler, Peter Eckersley, Martin Michlmayr, and Ronan O'Sullivan. It covers development of the Debian Linux distribution.
Debian Traffic Home Page
Debian Traffic Archives
Debian Traffic People
Debian Traffic Topics
Debian Traffic In German

Samba

Peter Samuelson wrote the first 25 issues of this newsletter, while John Quirk and Zack Brown wrote the next 15. It covers development of the Samba filesharing tool.
Samba Traffic Home Page
Samba Traffic Archives
Samba Traffic People
Samba Traffic Topics

SLUG Pearls

Jeff Waugh wrote 7 fine issues of this newsletter. It covers the antics of the Sydney Linux User's Group in Australia.
SLUG Pearls Home Page
SLUG Pearls Archives
SLUG Pearls People
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