Update Wiki FAQ
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Thu Apr 5 17:38:25 UTC 2012
Apr 5, 2012 1:00 PM, "AV Linux" <info at bandshed.net> wrote:
> Sorry to butt in here, I just re-read the wiki and it used to refer to AV
> Linux as a 'multimedia' Debian based project. Was it removed
> intentionally? If so that is your prerogative of course, I will say that I
> have no ill-will against the team and if there was issues with AV Linux
> and the Debian multimedia team that necessitated it's removal from the
> wiki I would hope that you would let me know as a subscriber to the list.
> My use of Stable as a base is one of many legitimate reasons that I am not
> a team member certainly not out of unwillingness to co-operate. At any
> rate the AV Linux project is 'outside' of Debian and not a sanctioned
> blend so that probably is explanation enough. However the fact it was
> previously listed has me curious.
> Keep up the great work. -GLEN
> > Am Mittwoch, den 04.04.2012, 21:07 -0400 schrieb Andres Mejia:
> >> Just updated the FAQ in the wiki. See
> >> http://wiki.debian.org/DebianMultimedia/FAQ
> >> These are updates about dmo. In particular, they answer the common
> >> questions of "do we coordinate with dmo (no)" "do we support packages
> >> from dmo (no)" and "is dmo a part of Debian (no)". Improvements are
> >> welcome.
> > Wouldn't it be better to always write the full name instead of using
> > 'dmo'? It's clear to us, what dmo stands for, but that's not clear to
> > everyone.
> > --
> > Benjamin Drung
> > Debian & Ubuntu Developer
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It was moved to a subsection. Check DebianMultimedia/Links.
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