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Ivan Leo Puoti

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Issue #318, Section #4 (10 Jul : Safedisc RPM)
Issue #317, Section #2 (19 Jun : Safedisc Support Revisited)
Issue #299, Section #2 (25 Nov 2005: Safedisc Update)
Issue #297, Section #4 (28 Oct 2005: Bugzilla: Closing Bugs)
Issue #294, Section #5 (14 Oct 2005: Fixing Bugs)
Issue #293, Section #4 (7 Oct 2005: Thinking Toward Future Releases)
Issue #293, Section #9 (7 Oct 2005: Undocumented API Reference)
Issue #290, Section #2 (16 Sep 2005: Device Drivers Still Suck)
Issue #290, Section #3 (16 Sep 2005: Wine's Development Model)
Issue #290, Section #6 (16 Sep 2005: Safedisc Begins to Work)
Issue #289, Section #3 (26 Aug 2005: Safedisc Update)
Issue #289, Section #4 (26 Aug 2005: WineHQ Downtime)
Issue #277, Section #3 (3 Jun 2005: Copy Protection Status #1)
Issue #277, Section #4 (3 Jun 2005: Copy Protection Status #2)
Issue #271, Section #2 (22 Apr 2005: MSHTML & Gecko)
Issue #269, Section #3 (8 Apr 2005: Speeding Up Builds)
Issue #267, Section #5 (25 Mar 2005: Help Save Winrash)
Issue #263, Section #1 (25 Feb 2005: News: WGA Articles, Misc Press)
Issue #262, Section #1 (18 Feb 2005: News: Microsoft Looks for Wine)
Issue #262, Section #2 (18 Feb 2005: Microsoft's Wine Check: Details)
Issue #258, Section #4 (21 Jan 2005: Wine Wiki)
Issue #255, Section #3 (31 Dec 2004: Safedisc and ntoskrnl (con't))
Issue #254, Section #2 (24 Dec 2004: Safedisc and ntoskrnl)
Issue #251, Section #2 (3 Dec 2004: Desktop Integration Tasks)
Issue #245, Section #1 (22 Oct 2004: News: Wine-20041019)
Issue #233, Section #6 (30 Jul 2004: To Bugzilla Or Not To Bugzilla)

 

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