[I suggested the following: somebody else thought it a good idea - Andy]
Agreed. It may be a good idea to add to the mailing lists code of
conduct a couple of extra lines:
A lot of questions asked on debian-user and debian-devel are asked
regularly. Please consider searching
On Sun, Dec 06, 2020 at 05:43:54PM +, Joshua Hagler wrote:
> I have an old 32 bit system on a laptop. Do you happen to have an older
> version for that system?
This list is primarily used for the people who run Debian's web presence. Your
question might be better asked on the debian-user
On Thu, Dec 03, 2020 at 02:48:44PM +, John Jefferson Calixto Martins wrote:
> could you send me this version of firefox?
> (firefox-esr_52.8.1esr-1_deb8u1_arm64.deb) I always downloaded it from the
> link below (it was even saved in my favorites).:
On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 12:54:20AM +0100, Riccardo Gagliarducci wrote:
> I accidentally have sent an email from my work email to to bug report here:
> ...with all my personal data!
> Is there a way to remove it?
> Thank you
There are a whole lot of pages which fail the URLchecker for https or because
companies etc. have moved.
A lot of these are common - looking at, for example,
https://www.master.debian.org/build-logs/urlcheck/partners.en - there's
a lot of entries which would be fixed by single edits.
Looking at the output of urlcheck:
There are lots of websites that return error codes. There are still lots
where an http -> https substitution would solve a missing website.
There are lots of apparent errors where, in fact, it's just a directory level
Fixed by git commit to consultants.data - https for callpaul.eu
Fixed by editing consultant.data and commit
Fixed by git commit to consultants.data to fix http to https for samsul maarif
On Mon, Mar 08, 2021 at 09:20:01AM +0100, Wepted wrote:
> why debian
This might better be asked on the debian-user list : debian-www is primarily
for problems with the web pages / Debian web presence.
All the very best, as ever,
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