On Sat, 2003-02-08 at 15:38, John Goerzen wrote:
> Gustavo Franco <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Mandrake as a new project inside Debian.But it was refused here, many feels
> > involved.But if you change the original idea, try debian-project ML.The
> > Debian-Mandrake can receive financial support of SPI as described by
> > Goerzen, more and more developers, because Debian Developers
> Let me clarify a bit: I'm not saying that SPI would be able to donate
> money or resources to the Mandrake project (though that may be a
> possiblity).  I'm saying that SPI may be able to receive donations on
> behalf of the Mandrake community, and hold any other assets such as
> servers or copyrights on their behalf, in much the same way as they do
> for Debian, the Berlin project, and others.  It is just a way to make
> it easier to interface cyberspace with the real world.  And it is a
> discussion totally separate from any Debian-Mandrake cooperation.

Yes, i agree.I did try talk the same thing with other words.

"The Debian-Mandrake can receive financial support of SPI" in the case
of a merge, already refuse.

and now "as described by goerzen" more accurate above.

Gustavo Franco <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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