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#26 2021-02-09 07:42:56

johnraff
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Re: nakeDeb

^you hit it. That's why I never simply accept it but turn the modesty up to 11 and try to encourage les autres.

(btw I forgot to mention the huge contribution of @malm's jgmenu.)

It's unstructured. A do-ocracy where the person with the most (probably, right now) free time gets to do the most work. But how to go from there from something like... Debian? And would that be the right thing to do anyway?

But it would perhaps be good at least to start more discussions in the Development and Suggestions zone, and if more members actually contributed code instead of requests. Here or on GitHub. People who actually contribute stuff tend eventually to become part of The Team - if that's what they want, of course...


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#27 2021-02-10 05:09:06

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Re: nakeDeb

johnraff wrote:

I forgot to mention the huge contribution of @malm's jgmenu.

I like the FOSS spirit here.
jgmenu is totally independent of BL, and is a contribution to it as well as any other Linux setup that desires it.


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#28 2021-02-10 05:13:25

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Re: nakeDeb

ohnonot wrote:

jgmenu is totally independent of BL, and is a contribution to it as well as any other Linux setup that desires it.

Exactly. smile


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#29 2021-02-11 23:08:00

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Re: nakeDeb

hi smile

i'm glad to announce that nakeDeb-1.2 is online ! big_smile

https://arpinux.org/home/article102/fre … -in-online

happy testing wink

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#30 2021-02-12 00:19:54

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Re: nakeDeb

Your IP has been banned

Request blocked due to suspicious activity.
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Torrent slowed to a trickle, so I went to DL via https.

'K4u23 1'm 4 1337 H4xor3r 8R34k1n' 1N JoOR 5y573M5!

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#31 2021-02-12 00:31:09

eight.bit.al
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Re: nakeDeb

"french / english ... the english version will "take over" ??

No ! nakeDeb is and will remain a French distribution by default. you will also notice that the default versions of all nakedeb * tools are in French. for example, the main index of the site 'index.html' is in French, for the English version, you have to go to index-en.html.

in fact, this english version will allow me to "francize" the original version even better, since an english version is now available"

Vive la France !!

(notice English isn't capitalized but french is) smile smile

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#32 2021-02-12 01:30:00

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Re: nakeDeb

eight.bit.al wrote:

Your IP has been banned

Request blocked due to suspicious activity.
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Torrent slowed to a trickle, so I went to DL via https.

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8bit

sorry for inconvenience hmm

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#33 2021-02-12 01:45:07

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Re: nakeDeb

arpinux wrote:

sorry for inconvenience hmm

Thx.

If that's the worst that ever happens to me, I'll have it made.  smile

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