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Bernd Zeimetz | 8 Jan 21:49 2015
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DPN ~February/March: BSP in Salzburg

Hi,

it would be very appreciated if some lines about the BSP in Salzburg could be
added to one of the upcoming DPN issues, preferable around the end of February /
beginning of March.

For details please see
https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2014/12/msg00012.html
https://wiki.debian.org/BSP/2015/04/at/Salzburg

Thanks a lot,

Bernd

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Adam D. Barratt | 7 Jan 21:37 2015
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Draft announcement for 7.8

Hi,

I've added an initial announcement for the upcoming wheezy point release
(7.8) to the publicity repository.

Cheers,

Adam

Donald Norwood | 5 Jan 16:40 2015

DPN: Debian System Administrators, What do you do?

Hello Debian DSA ,

For an upcoming Debian Project News[1] issue[2] we would like to highlight
a project or a group inside the Debian project.

We plan to share what you do in the project with the rest of the
community and the world, perhaps raising consciousness of your efforts
and to possibly attract new parties who may be interested in it and, of
course, the overall Debian project.

Towards that end, would you please respond or copy us within your
discussions with a small blurb about your group, and/or
something of interest within your group and its activities.

Best regards from the Publicity Team,

Donald Norwood

[1]https://wiki.debian.org/ProjectNews
[2]https://www.debian.org/News/weekly/

Donald Norwood | 5 Jan 16:35 2015

DPN: FtpMasters, What do you do?

Hello Debian FtpMasters ,

For an upcoming Debian Project News[1] issue[2] we would like to highlight
a project or a group inside the Debian project.

We plan to share what you do in the project with the rest of the
community and the world, perhaps raising consciousness of your efforts
and to possibly attract new parties who may be interested in it and, of
course, the overall Debian project.

Towards that end, would you please respond or copy us within your
discussions with a small blurb about your group, and/or
something of interest within your group and its activities.

Best regards from the Publicity Team,

Donald Norwood

[1]https://wiki.debian.org/ProjectNews
[2]https://www.debian.org/News/weekly/

Gunnar Wolf | 4 Jan 02:25 2015

For DPN: Removal of < 2048 bit keys from the Debian keyrings complete

The keyring-maint team is proud to announce that, after almost five
years of actively requesting stronger keys to be used for the project,
and after a four months intensive campaign to speed up the key
migration, as of January 1st we have disabled all PGP keys weaker than
2048 bits.

A full list of affected keys together with the requisites and
instructions on how to submit a new key for Debian can be found in
[1]. A roundup of the information in numbers of the keyrings'
evolution can be found at [2].

[1] https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2015/01/msg00000.html
[2] http://gwolf.org/node/4022

Gaëtan Herfray | 31 Dec 07:58 2014
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UNSUSCRIBE



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Donald Norwood | 28 Dec 03:55 2014

DPN 2014/17 frozen. Please review and translate.


[ Please reply on -publicity list ]

Hi all,

We just finished the last bits of the new issue of DPN to be released on
Monday, December 29, around 19:45 UTC.

We would very much appreciate reviews and translations.

Instructions are available on the wiki:
http://wiki.debian.org/ProjectNews

The last updated version is available on the publicity
Subversion repository, even via HTTP:
http://anonscm.debian.org/viewvc/publicity/dpn/en/2014/17/index.wml?view=markup

If you're willing to contribute to the redaction of the next issue,
don't hesitate, and join #debian-publicity IRC channel or send a message
to debian-publicity <at> lists.debian.org.

Best regards,

Donald Norwood

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Bernd Zeimetz | 17 Dec 22:53 2014
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Debian Bug Squashing Party in Salzburg/Austria, April 24-26 2015

hi,

just as a heads up, we'll have a BSP in Salzburg in 2015, April 24-26.

Details are here:
https://wiki.debian.org/BSP/2015/04/at/Salzburg

I'll post the official annoucements to d-d-a and similar places in January.

Cheers,

Bernd

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jathan | 10 Dec 03:39 2014

Participation in Publicity Team

Hi team. I join to the Debian Publicity Team to help with general issues
and stuff related to DebConf15 and socialmedia. For now I have read
finally the Debian Publicity Team Wiki
https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/Publicity and joined to this mailing list
and IRC channel. Where can I view pending tasks requiring support
please? or What would be good to help more immediately? Thanks.

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Donald Norwood | 9 Dec 05:51 2014

DPN: Auditors, What do you do?

Hello Debian Auditors,

For the next Debian Project News[1] issue[2] we would like to highlight
a project or a group inside the Debian project.

We plan to share what you do in the project with the rest of the
community and the world, perhaps raising consciousness of your efforts
and to possibly attract new parties who may be interested in it and, of
course, the overall Debian project.

Towards that end, would you please respond or copy us within your
discussions with a small blurb about your group, and/or
something of interest within your group and its activities.

Best regards from the Publicity Team,

Donald Norwood

[1]https://wiki.debian.org/ProjectNews
[2]https://www.debian.org/News/weekly/


Gmane