Heartfelt | 1 Jun 01:06 2007

problems with etter

HI.  Im a newbie whos just fed up with being attacked with worms and 
other shit.  n e ways.  I recently tried to download the ettercap 
0.7.3.orig.tar.gz and when i went to unzip it it said that i had to 
create its own archive.  Am i doin somethin wrong here.  hit me back. my 
email is cooper.marka <at> sbcglobal.net     thank

Frans Pop | 1 Jun 01:44 2007
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Re: DebianEdu change notifications - Was: [Debian Wiki] Update of "DebianEdu/CipUX/Meeting/20070604" by XavierOswald

On Wednesday 30 May 2007 02:16, David Claughton wrote:
> Just wondering - is there a reason why this list is subscribed to
> receive change notifications from the DebianEdu pages on the Wiki?

The debian-www list is really the wrong place to ask that question.
For one, because the wiki is not managed by the debian-www team.
And also because someone from the DebianEdu community must have thought it 
a good idea to subscribe to these changes, so it is also up to the 
DebianEdu community to change this.

Cheers,
FJP

Re: problems with etter


Hi,

On 05/31/2007 08:06 PM, Heartfelt wrote:
> HI.  Im a newbie whos just fed up with being attacked with worms and
> other shit.  n e ways.  I recently tried to download the ettercap
> 0.7.3.orig.tar.gz and when i went to unzip it it said that i had to
> create its own archive.  Am i doin somethin wrong here.  hit me back. my
> email is cooper.marka <at> sbcglobal.net     thank

	Please, try to contact debian-user <at> lists.debian.org

	debian-www is the list where we take care of the Debian
Web Site. :-)

	Kind regards,

--
Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
"Debian. Freedom to code. Code to freedom!"

Re: Doubts and Ideas


On 05/31/2007 06:12 PM, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> On Thu, 31 May 2007 17:06:08 -0300, Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
> <felipe <at> cathedrallabs.org> said:  
> 
>> 	Would you allow the Debian WWW Team (or a DPL delegate for
>> that matter) to relicense your work under a DFSG compatible license?
>> Or, would you dual-license it GPLv2 and MIT/Expat?  That would make
>> our work easier.
> 
>         I personally would not mind a dual licensing, but I would prefer
>  the GPL. One of the set of pages I have been meaning to add to the vote
>  pages is an HOWTO about using the Debian vote softwareto run other
>  votes; and it would help if I could just use the docs from devotee --
>  which is GPL'd; and has incorporated other material also distributed
>  under the GPL.
>
>         In general, allowing people to add docs and other material from
>  software should be encouraged, as long as the software is DFSG free.
> 
>         I belong to the school of thought that divides computer related
>  material into software/hardware/wetware,  so as ar as I am concerned,
>  the wml source for the web site is software, just like any other struff
>  I package.  Anything DFSG free should be acceptable.
> 
>         manoj

	Thank you very much Manoj! :-)

	Kind regards,
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Don Armstrong | 1 Jun 04:55 2007
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Re: Doubts and Ideas

On Thu, 31 May 2007, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> I am willing to relicense my contributions under the GPL v2; but I
> am not willing to assign my copyright away.

Yeah, this is precisely why I think giving an unrestrictive license to
SPI acting at the direction of Debian should be an option; some people
want to keep their copyrights. [I personally don't care much, so long
as at the end of the day, I can do with my work what I wish.]

> I specifically do not trust the SPI enough to allow them to
> relicense my work in the future.

This sort of relicensing should be done at the direction of Debian; we
could even write up the license assignment so this was required. Plus,
the worst that could happen is the work would become closer to PD; it
wouldn't be capable of going backwards in freedom granted.

Would such a license be acceptable to you?

Don Armstrong

--

-- 
It has always been Debian's philosophy in the past to stick to what
makes sense, regardless of what crack the rest of the universe is
smoking.
 -- Andrew Suffield in 20030403211305.GD29698 <at> doc.ic.ac.uk

http://www.donarmstrong.com              http://rzlab.ucr.edu

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Re: Doubts and Ideas


On 05/31/2007 07:40 AM, Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña wrote:
> On Wed, May 30, 2007 at 10:58:43PM -0700, Don Armstrong wrote:
>>> And considering a lot of other people have infinite more
>>> understading of Copyright issues, what should we do if we can't
>>> find/contact the contributor and/or he/she decides to not relicense
>>> it? Is it possible to remove the content and rewrite it free?
>> If for some reason we can't find a contributor (or a contributor has
>> fallen off the face of the planet) we should indicate as such and
>> probably just assume that they meant to give us free reign. If they
>> decide not to license it appropriately, then we should rip whatever it
>> is out of the webpage and rewrite it.
> 
> I proposed in the bug report the following (in addition to what Don
> suggested):
> 
> - post to d-a that the license is going to change in X months and that
>   contributors are going to be contacted. Provide pointers to anyone feels he
>   should be contacted and isn't
> 
> - put a News item in the website explaining that the license change will be
>   introduced in X months and do the same as with the e-mail
> 
> After X months have gone through, the contributor's GPG emails have been
> collected, and SPI has been contacted and hold up a meeting clearing the way,
> change licence.wml as appropiate, add a *new* News item and e-mail d-a again.
> 
> That way we are acting on good faith and nobody would have a reason to claim
> that the license change was introduced without they knowing it.

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Petter Reinholdtsen | 1 Jun 08:19 2007

Re: DebianEdu change notifications - Was: [Debian Wiki] Update of "DebianEdu/CipUX/Meeting/20070604" by XavierOswald


[David Claughton]
> Just wondering - is there a reason why this list is subscribed to
> receive change notifications from the DebianEdu pages on the Wiki?

[Frans Pop]
> The debian-www list is really the wrong place to ask that question.
> For one, because the wiki is not managed by the debian-www team.
> And also because someone from the DebianEdu community must have
> thought it a good idea to subscribe to these changes, so it is also
> up to the DebianEdu community to change this.

I'm not sure what 'this list' refers to above, but as far as I know
the commits <at> skolelinux list is subscribed to all changes done in
Debian Edu, including source repositories and web page changes.

There are plans to split the commits list in two, one for web pages
and one for source changes, but it is not implemented yet.

The fact that debian-www is listed in the to header of all emails
originating from the Debian wiki obfusacte the real receiver, and I
suspect it is the reason of this request.

Happy hacking,
--

-- 
Petter Reinholdtsen
Simon Paillard | 1 Jun 19:44 2007
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Bug#100188: closed by Bart Martens <bartm <at> knars.be> (collect often-used acronyms somewhere)

reopen 100188

On Fri, Jun 01, 2007 at 03:30:36PM +0000, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
> Very easy to find via a search engine.
> http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/doc/acronyms.html
> http://www.witch.westfalen.de/debian/ddict/dicts/debian/dictd/debian-glossary.en.dict
> http://www.witch.westfalen.de/debian-women/debian-glossary.en.html

This bugs was assigned to the Debian website, not to "the whole
internet" :-)

> Feel free to reopen this bug and explain why.

Acronyms are already collected at webwml/english/template/debian/acronyms.wml

Example at http://www.debian.org/events/2003/1018-lit-dresden-report.en.html 
The syntax is  <acronym_LUG /> in the wml file, once processed we get
<acronym lang="en" title="Linux User Group">LUG</acronym>

But if the acronym is not translated in the main language of your
browser, lang="en" will prevent it from being displayed.

That is sad, isn't it ?

Regards,

--

-- 
Simon Paillard

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Debian Bug Tracking System | 1 Jun 19:54 2007
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Processed (with 5 errors): Re: Bug#100188 closed by Bart Martens <bartm <at> knars.be> (collect often-used acronyms somewhere)

Processing commands for control <at> bugs.debian.org:

> reopen 100188
Bug#100188: collect often-used acronyms somewhere
Bug reopened, originator not changed.

> On Fri, Jun 01, 2007 at 03:30:36PM +0000, Debian Bug Tracking System wrote:
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.

> > Very easy to find via a search engine.
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.

> > http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/doc/acronyms.html
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.

> > http://www.witch.westfalen.de/debian/ddict/dicts/debian/dictd/debian-glossary.en.dict
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.

> > http://www.witch.westfalen.de/debian-women/debian-glossary.en.html
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.

Too many unknown commands, stopping here.

Please contact me if you need assistance.

Debian bug tracking system administrator
(administrator, Debian Bugs database)

osmar della paschoa jr | 1 Jun 21:27 2007
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Who's using Debian

Software Development, DellaPaschoa Engenharia de Software, Brazil

Commercial

www.dellapaschoa.com.br

Actually we have 1 Server, 3 software development workstations and  1
laptop using Debian.

Debian is the most secure, stable and robust distribution of GNU/Linux.
We are very satisfied with this choice.

Today we use C++, CGI, Gtkmm, Glade and PostgreSQL for all.


Gmane