Debian Bug Tracking System | 1 May 01:18 2004
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Processed: libv1.90

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Samuele Giovanni Tonon | 1 May 10:50 2004
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Bug#222899: updates on djohn

this is an update on information on djohn packaging.
Currently djohn can't be uploaded in debian because it uses
the last john version which is newer of the one currently in debian.
The main difference is that in the new version you can specify your
own john.ini with a environ variable, whilte the one in debian doesn't.
Djohn uses this feature to create a particular john.ini to make john
work in external method, so untile there isn't the newer version in 
debian, or the current version will be patched it's futile to upload it.
Currently i have no free time to spend on to look how to patch john, therefore
i retitle the ITP to RFP so if there's someone that wants to package it will
be free to do that.

Regards
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Debian Bug Tracking System | 1 May 11:03 2004
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Processed: updates

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Bug#222899: ITP: djohn -- Distributed password cracker
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Philippe Faes | 1 May 12:56 2004
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Bug#210243: not putting xspringies in the debian project

Closes: #210243
thanks

I believe xspringies will not improve the debian project. Maybe it will
even degrade the quality and maintainability of the project.

But, since I promised to package it, I've put it in a separate archive.
If you want to try it out, add
deb http://www.elis.ugent.be/~pfaes deb main
to your /etc/apt/sources.conf file.

Philippe

Debian Bug Tracking System | 1 May 16:48 2004
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Bug#196051: marked as done (ITP: kwifimanager -- the wireless LAN client manager for KDE3)

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Bug#243301: marked as done (ITP: libcroco -- a generic Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) parsing and manipulation toolkit)

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Bug#244650: marked as done (ITP: gosa -- Web Based LDAP Administration Program)

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Ernesto Mudu | 1 May 22:44 2004

Bug#246855: O: ptknettools

Package: wnpp
Severity: normal

* Ernesto Mudu (Closes: #189809)

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Jeroen van Wolffelaar | 1 May 23:07 2004
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Bug#246855: O: ptknettools

On Sat, May 01, 2004 at 10:44:49PM +0200, Ernesto Mudu wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: normal
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> * Ernesto Mudu (Closes: #189809)

Ernesto,

You don't seem to understand our BTS fully. You cannot close a bug by
reporting a new one.

See the documentation linked from http://bugs.debian.org, and in this
case, you might also want to check out the developers reference on
'properly adopting a package'.

Please close 189809 only when a new package is in the archive, f.e. by
closing it in the changelog entry.

Please also don't forget to close this bug.

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Luke Schierer | 2 May 05:58 2004

Bug#246896: RFP: silc -- Secure Internet Live Conferencing protocol (SILC)

Package: wnpp
Version: N/A; reported 2004-05-01
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : silc
  Version         : SILC Client 1.0.1; reported May 1, 2004
					SILC Server 0.9.18; reported May 1, 2004
					SILC Toolkit 0.9.12; reported May 1, 2004
  Upstream Author : info <at> silcnet.org
* URL             : http://silcnet.org/
* License         : SILC Client - GNU General Public License (GPL)
					SILC Server - GNU General Public License (GPL)
					SILC Toolkit - GNU General Public License (GPL)
  Description     : Secure Internet Live Conferencing protocol (SILC)

from the SILC home page:
"SILC Project develops the Secure Internet Live Conferencing protocol
(SILC), which is designed to provide most rich featured conferencing
services and high security. The SILC Project has been coordinating the
protocol development for the past few years and the protocol
specifications has been made available through the Internet
Engineering Task Force (IETF). The SILC Project's goal is to fully
standardize the SILC protocol in the IETF.

The project also develops the reference implementation of the SILC
protocol, both client and server sides. For software developers the
project has created SILC Toolkit which provides the libraries for
third-party developers to integrate SILC support in their products.
Finally, SILC Project is also responsible of coordinating the SILC
Network, its development and maintenance. The SILC Network provides
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