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Gentoo Weekly Newsletter 8 January 2007

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Gentoo Weekly Newsletter
http://www.gentoo.org/news/en/gwn/20070108-newsletter.xml
This is the Gentoo Weekly Newsletter for the week of 8 January 2007.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

==============
1. Gentoo News
==============

New Bugzilla Servers
--------------------

As anyone who has used Gentoo's Bugzilla[1] bug tracker in the last few
months is already aware, our old Bugzilla system was underpowered for our
needs and would commonly have performance issues which resulted in a
significant amount of time wasted by developers, and duplicate bug reports
being entered by our users. Well, that time is no more!

1. http://bugs.gentoo.org

Gentoo sponsor Global Netoptex, Inc[2] (GNi, featured below) offered to help
by providing a new platform for hosting our vital bug tracker. The new
platform is built on IBM Bladecenter blades, with a SAN for back-end
storage. The database is load balanced between two HS20 blades with 3.2 GHz
Xeons, with the web front-end on a third blade server. Along with the new
hardware platform comes a new Bugzilla team to manage the servers and a
newer version of the Bugzilla software.

2. http://www.gni.com

Gentoo would like to thank Robin H. Johnson[3], Mike Doty[4], Lance
Albertson[5], Jeff Forman[6], Ned Ludd[7], and Corey Shields[8] for the
months of work and testing to make this migration possible and GNi for
providing the hardware.

3. robbat2 [at] gentoo
4. kingtaco [at] gentoo
5. ramereth [at] gentoo
6. jforman [at] gentoo
7. solar [at] gentoo
8. cshields [at] osuosl

Gentoo on the HP iPAQ hx4700
----------------------------

Alexey Shvetsow[9] (from the Russian Gentoo community[10]) got Gentoo and
Enlightenment E17 running on his HP iPAQ hx4700[11]. The PDA has a 624MHz
Xscale (ARM) CPU, 64MB RAM and a touchscreen with 480x640 resolution. Alexey
did not like how the Windows Mobile installed on the PDA worked with
documents and especially with PDF files. So what was his solution? Try
installing Gentoo. It works! He took a few photos from the iPAQ running E17,
which you can view at the Russian community Gentoo FTP site[12]. Alexey
noticed that for more usability on handhelds, there should be support for
virtual keyboards in entrance and e17 itself. Alexey is currently writing on
the Russian wiki about his experiences.

9. alexxy [at] gentoo
10. http://gentoo.ru
11. http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=120&prodSeriesId=420534&prodTypeId=215348&objectID=c00251237
12. ftp://gentoo.ru/hx4700/screenshots/X

If you are interested in buying one of these PDAs or already have one and
want to run E17 on it, please contact Alexey[9].

9. alexxy [at] gentoo

SCALE to host Women in Open Source mini conference
--------------------------------------------------

The Southern California Linux Expo announces plans to a 'Women In Open
Source' mini-conference. The goals of the conference are to encourage women
to use technology and open source and free software, and to explore the
obstacles that women face in breaking into the technology industry. The
audience will be those women who may have an interest in technology, but
hesitate to get into it because they believe it's a male-only club. The
conference will be held in conjunction with the fifth annual Southern
California Linux Expo, at the Westin LAX Hotel in Los Angeles, California.
The 'Women in Open Source' mini-conference will be held February 9th.

If you are interested in speaking, there are still speaker slots available.
Contact Gareth Greenaway[13] with your talk proposal.

13. gareth [at] socallinuxexpo

================================================
2. Featured sponsor: Global Netoptex, Inc. (GNi)
================================================

This week, the GWN staff had the chance to interview Derek Wise, the CEO and
founder of Global Netoptex, Inc., one of Gentoo's hardware and hosting
sponsors. Derek and GNi[2] have both been long-time supporters of Gentoo, so
this interview is a special treat.

2. http://www.gni.com

What are you hosting for us?
----------------------------

Right now, we provide hardware, co-location, power, 24x7 support and
bandwidth for the following Gentoo machines:

* Dunlin - database server
* Kite - web server (bugs)
* Miranda - testing/releng (amd64)
* Owl - rsync server
* Peafoul - database server
* Redtail - master rsync/distfiles (upcoming)
* Snipe - nagios/backups
* Stork - master subversion/cvs (upcoming)

We also hosted DevCon 2005 (the Gentoo Developer Conference) in San
Francisco last year and have been supporting Gentoo for about 4 years now,
in general.

Where are you utilizing Gentoo?
-------------------------------

Gentoo is our primary Linux distribution for all production, development,
and support systems. We honestly only have one Red Hat box in the network,
and I still cannot recall why. We also propagate Gentoo to our clients as we
host dedicated servers. When the client is open to an alternative to Red
Hat, we often recommend Gentoo as a preferred distribution.

What does being a Gentoo sponsor mean to you?
---------------------------------------------

We feel that providing high-end infrastructure and support is really the
best way that we can support Gentoo. Because we are an enterprise
organization, we rely on Gentoo's infrastructure and availability. This way,
we get to give back to the community, while making it more reliable and
scalable for everyone. We feel that the best way to give back to the
community is in the same manner that developers do, with the services we can
provide that make Gentoo better. Getting $20 is cool, but having your
database server up when you need it is priceless.

How many current/former Gentoo developers work for GNi?
-------------------------------------------------------

Currently, we have 2 current/former Gentoo developers employed at GNi, with
plans to hire more (submit your resume to careers [at] gni). With the
quantity of servers that we deploy Gentoo on, it's a real need to have
qualified Gentoo developers employed in house.

How much time (on average) do they get to work on Gentoo issues while "on
the clock"?
-------------------------------------------------------------------------

There is no pre-defined time for this, but we encourage our team to actively
participate in the community, when possible. We use Gentoo a lot internally
for our own infrastructure and for our clients. Sometimes what has to be
done is for our own network and sometimes it's for the portage tree itself.

What are you doing for other open source projects?
--------------------------------------------------

We've created what we call "Org Haven". It is specifically designed to
assist Open Source and Non-Profit organizations in getting a reliable
infrastructure for little to no cost at all. While this is in beta at one of
our San Francisco data centers with our primary tenant being ISC, it is
planned to be much more than just a single site system. In 2007 we will be
providing this service out of our datacenters worldwide. Open Source /
Non-Profits have the same needs as Enterprise software companies... they
just need a little help with the cost :) You can contact orghaven [at] gni to
see if your group qualifies. The URL http://www.orghaven.com will go live
later this year with more details.

Tell us more about GNi.
-----------------------

GNi (Global Netoptex, Inc.) was founded in December of 2001, when my former
employer, Enron Broadband Services, filed for bankruptcy and abandoned
clients in California. We began from there, building an engineer-lead
organization with a primary focus on customer support. A few years later, we
are in 9 cities, 70 employees today, and growing across the US, and soon
internationally. We primarily serve from the individual power user to the
large enterprise for everything from dedicated hosting and bandwidth, to
full datacenter management and support teams.

The GWN staff would like to thank Derek for the interview and for their
support of Gentoo.

=========================
3. Heard in the community
=========================

gentoo-dev
----------

2.6.19 going stable in 1 week

Daniel Drake has requested that gentoo-sources-2.6.19 be marked stable by
the x86 and amd64 teams on January 14. He also asked maintainers of external
kernel modules to make sure that their packages compile against the new
kernel or file a request to block at bug #156669.

He warned there may be some delay due to regressions, as well as the effect
of the celebrated mmap filesystem corruption bug[14].

14. http://kerneltrap.org/node/7534

Remi

* http://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-dev/msg_141891.xml

debug.eclass is dead now

Alec Warner warned ebuild maintainers not to use the debug eclass. The tree
has be cleansed of all use of the eclass. Maintainers of overlays will
receive a series of warnings to encourage them to abandon the eclass.

Caleb Tennis asked what workaround or substitute should be used for the late
eclass. It was suggested that a normal IUSE should suffice.

* http://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-dev/msg_141844.xml

=========================
4. Gentoo developer moves
=========================

Moves
-----

The following developers recently left the Gentoo project:

* Francesco Riosa (vivo)

Adds
----

The following developers recently joined the Gentoo project:

* Miroslav Šulc (fordfrog) Gentoo/Java team
* Raúl Porcel (armin76) Mozilla/Treecleaners/net-p2p teams

Changes
-------

The following developers recently changed roles within the Gentoo project:

* none this week

==================
5. Gentoo security
==================

DenyHosts: Denial of Service
----------------------------

DenyHosts does not correctly parse log entries, potentially causing a remote
Denial of Service.

For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[15]

15. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200701-01.xml

Mozilla Firefox: Multiple vulnerabilities
-----------------------------------------

Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Mozilla Firefox, some of
which may allow the remote execution of arbitrary code.

For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[16]

16. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200701-02.xml

Mozilla Thunderbird: Multiple vulnerabilities
---------------------------------------------

Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Mozilla Thunderbird, some of
which may allow the remote execution of arbitrary code.

For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[17]

17. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200701-03.xml

=======================
6. Gentoo package moves
=======================

This section lists packages that have either been moved or added to the tree
and packages that have had their "last rites" announcement given to be
removed in the future. The package removals come from many locations,
including the Treecleaners[18] and various developers. Most packages which
are listed under the Last Rites section are in need of some love and care
and can remain in the tree if proper maintainership is established.

18. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/qa/treecleaners

Removals:
---------

Package: Removal date: Contact:
net-ftp/kbear 01 Jan 2007 Charlie Shepherd[19]
sys-kernel/systrace-sources 02 Jan 2007 Andrea Barisani[20]
net-p2p/gtkhx 02 Jan 2007 Charlie Shepherd[19]
app-emulation/emul-linux-ppc-glibc 03 Jan 2007 Mike Frysinger[21]
net-misc/smbget 04 Jan 2007 Steve Dibb[22]
dev-lang/prothon 05 Jan 2007 Bryan Østergaard[23]
sys-freebsd/freebsd-baselayout 05 Jan 2007 Diego Pettenò[24]
games-arcade/tuxracer-demo 06 Jan 2007 Michael Sterrett[25]
dev-java/jdbc2-firebird 06 Jan 2007 William Thomson[26]
net-analyzer/tcpick 06 Jan 2007 Christian Heim[27]
sys-kernel/kurobox-sources 07 Jan 2007 Daniel Drake[28]
sys-kernel/openblocks-sources 07 Jan 2007 Daniel Drake[28]

19. masterdriverz [at] gentoo
20. lcars [at] gentoo
21. vapier [at] gentoo
22. beandog [at] gentoo
23. kloeri [at] gentoo
24. flameeyes [at] gentoo
25. mr_bones_ [at] gentoo
26. wltjr [at] gentoo
27. phreak [at] gentoo
28. dsd [at] gentoo

Additions:
----------

Package: Addition date: Contact:
games-strategy/outerspace[29] 01 Jan 2007 Alfredo Tupone[30]
sys-apps/mysql[31] 02 Jan 2007 Francesco Riosa[32]
dev-util/bk_client[33] 02 Jan 2007 Francesco Riosa[32]
www-apps/xrms[34] 03 Jan 2007 Renat Lumpau[35]
net-nds/tac_plus[36] 03 Jan 2007 Tony Vroon[37]
dev-db/mysql-slotted[38] 03 Jan 2007 Francesco Riosa[32]
media-libs/libspiff[39] 04 Jan 2007 Steve Dibb[22]
dev-php/PEAR-File_XSPF[40] 04 Jan 2007 Steve Dibb[22]
games-simulation/dangerdeep[41] 04 Jan 2007 Michael Sterrett[25]
dev-ruby/gem_plugin[42] 04 Jan 2007 Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy[43]
dev-ruby/fastthread[44] 04 Jan 2007 Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy[43]
dev-ruby/cgi_multipart_eof_fix[45] 04 Jan 2007 Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy[43]
www-servers/mongrel[46] 04 Jan 2007 Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy[43]
games-util/gslist[47] 04 Jan 2007 Tristan Heaven[48]
dev-java/tomcat-native[49] 05 Jan 2007 William Thomson[26]
dev-java/jline[50] 05 Jan 2007 Joshua Nichols[51]
dev-java/tomcat-servlet-api[52] 05 Jan 2007 William Thomson[26]
dev-libs/pkcs11-helper[53] 05 Jan 2007 Alon Bar-Lev[54]
games-roguelike/tomenet[55] 05 Jan 2007 Alfredo Tupone[30]
dev-lang/lua-wrapper[56] 05 Jan 2007 Matti Bickel[57]
x11-misc/alock[58] 05 Jan 2007 Michael Hanselmann[59]
media-libs/amd64codecs[60] 06 Jan 2007 Steve Dibb[22]
dev-java/jdbc-postgresql[61] 06 Jan 2007 Miroslav Šulc[62]
media-video/videotrans[63] 06 Jan 2007 Stefan Briesenick[64]
media-plugins/vdr-dvdconvert[65] 07 Jan 2007 Joerg Bornkessel[66]
x11-wm/dwm[67] 07 Jan 2007 Cédric Krier[68]
dev-python/pudge[69] 07 Jan 2007 Tiziano Müller[70]
dev-python/buildutils[71] 07 Jan 2007 Tiziano Müller[70]
dev-java/higlayout[72] 07 Jan 2007 Vlastimil Babka[73]

22. beandog [at] gentoo
25. mr_bones_ [at] gentoo
26. wltjr [at] gentoo
29. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=games-strategy;name=outerspace
30. tupone [at] gentoo
31. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=sys-apps;name=mysql
32. vivo [at] gentoo
33. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-util;name=bk_client
34. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=www-apps;name=xrms
35. rl03 [at] gentoo
36. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=net-nds;name=tac_plus
37. chainsaw [at] gentoo
38. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-db;name=mysql-slotted
39. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=media-libs;name=libspiff
40. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-php;name=PEAR-File_XSPF
41. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=games-simulation;name=dangerdeep
42. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-ruby;name=gem_plugin
43. pclouds [at] gentoo
44. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-ruby;name=fastthread
45. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-ruby;name=cgi_multipart_eof_fix
46. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=www-servers;name=mongrel
47. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=games-util;name=gslist
48. nyhm [at] gentoo
49. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-java;name=tomcat-native
50. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-java;name=jline
51. nichoj [at] gentoo
52. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-java;name=tomcat-servlet-api
53. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-libs;name=pkcs11-helper
54. alonbl [at] gentoo
55. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=games-roguelike;name=tomenet
56. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-lang;name=lua-wrapper
57. mabi [at] gentoo
58. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=x11-misc;name=alock
59. hansmi [at] gentoo
60. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=media-libs;name=amd64codecs
61. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-java;name=jdbc-postgresql
62. fordfrog [at] gentoo
63. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=media-video;name=videotrans
64. sbriesen [at] gentoo
65. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=media-plugins;name=vdr-dvdconvert
66. hd_brummy [at] gentoo
67. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=x11-wm;name=dwm
68. cedk [at] gentoo
69. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-python;name=pudge
70. dev-zero [at] gentoo
71. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-python;name=buildutils
72. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=dev-java;name=higlayout
73. caster [at] gentoo

Last Rites:
-----------

Package: Removal date: Contact:
media-radio/ax25-tools[74] 02 Feb 07 Charlie Shepherd[19]
net-misc/tulip-devel[75] 03Feb 07 Rajiv Aaron Manglani[76]
app-emacs/gnuplot-mode[77] 05 Feb 07 Christian Faulhammer[78]
app-i18n/jmode[79] 06 Feb 07 Diego Pettenò[24]
app-crypt/cli-crypt[80] 06 Feb 07 Charlie Shepherd[19]

19. masterdriverz [at] gentoo
24. flameeyes [at] gentoo
74. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=media-radio;name=ax25-tools
75. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=net-misc;name=tulip-devel
76. rajiv [at] gentoo
77. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=app-emacs;name=gnuplot-mode
78. opfer [at] gentoo
79. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=app-i18n;name=jmode
80. http://packages.gentoo.org/packages/?category=app-crypt;name=cli-crypt

===========
7. Bugzilla
===========

Summary
-------

* Statistics
* Closed bug ranking
* New bug rankings

Statistics
----------

The Gentoo community uses Bugzilla (bugs.gentoo.org[1]) to record and track
bugs, notifications, suggestions and other interactions with the development
team. Between 31 December 2006 and 07 January 2007, activity on the site has
resulted in:

1. http://bugs.gentoo.org

* 937 new bugs during this period
* 444 bugs closed or resolved during this period
* 18 previously closed bugs were reopened this period
* 121 closed as NEEDINFO/WONTFIX/CANTFIX/INVALID/UPSTREAM during this
period
* 168 bugs marked as duplicates during this period

Of the 10750 currently open bugs: 26 are labeled 'blocker', 93 are labeled
'critical', and 472 are labeled 'major'.

Closed bug rankings
-------------------

The developers and teams who have closed the most bugs during this period
are:

* Gentoo Linux Gnome Desktop Team[81], with 18 closed bugs[82]
* Gentoo's Team for Core System packages[83], with 18 closed bugs[84]
* Perl Devs @ Gentoo[85], with 17 closed bugs[86]
* Default Assignee for Orphaned Packages[87], with 16 closed bugs[88]
* Gentoo Web Application Packages Maintainers[89], with 15 closed
bugs[90]
* Bugzilla Admins[91], with 14 closed bugs[92]
* Gentoo Games[93], with 13 closed bugs[94]
* AMD64 Project[95], with 13 closed bugs[96]

81. gnome [at] gentoo
82. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=gnome [at] gentoo
83. base-system [at] gentoo
84. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=base-system [at] gentoo
85. perl [at] gentoo
86. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=perl [at] gentoo
87. maintainer-needed [at] gentoo
88. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=maintainer-needed [at] gentoo
89. web-apps [at] gentoo
90. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=web-apps [at] gentoo
91. bugzilla [at] gentoo
92. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=bugzilla [at] gentoo
93. games [at] gentoo
94. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=games [at] gentoo
95. amd64 [at] gentoo
96. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=amd64 [at] gentoo

New bug rankings
----------------

The developers and teams who have been assigned the most new bugs during
this period are:

* Gentoo Games[93], with 50 new bugs[97]
* Default Assignee for New Packages[98], with 33 new bugs[99]
* Gentoo's Team for Core System packages[83], with 12 new bugs[100]
* Seemant Kulleen[101], with 9 new bugs[102]
* Default Assignee for Orphaned Packages[87], with 8 new bugs[103]
* AMD64 Project[95], with 7 new bugs[104]
* Elfyn McBratney (beu)[105], with 6 new bugs[106]
* Luis Medinas[107], with 5 new bugs[108]

83. base-system [at] gentoo
87. maintainer-needed [at] gentoo
93. games [at] gentoo
95. amd64 [at] gentoo
97. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=games [at] gentoo
98. maintainer-wanted [at] gentoo
99. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=maintainer-wanted [at] gentoo
100. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=base-system [at] gentoo
101. seemant [at] gentoo
102. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=seemant [at] gentoo
103. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=maintainer-needed [at] gentoo
104. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=amd64 [at] gentoo
105. beu [at] gentoo
106. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=beu [at] gentoo
107. metalgod [at] gentoo
108. http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2006-12-31&chfieldto=2007-01-07&assigned_to=metalgod [at] gentoo

===============
8. GWN feedback
===============

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ideas and articles. If you are interested in writing for the GWN, have
feedback on an article that we have posted, or just have an idea or article
that you would like to submit to the GWN, please send us your feedback[109]
and help make the GWN better.

109. gwn-feedback [at] gentoo

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120. http://www.gentoo.org/news/pl/gwn/gwn.xml
121. http://www.gentoo.org/news/pt_br/gwn/gwn.xml
122. http://www.gentoo.org/news/pt/gwn/gwn.xml
123. http://www.gentoo.org/news/ru/gwn/gwn.xml
124. http://www.gentoo.org/news/sk/gwn/gwn.xml
125. http://www.gentoo.org/news/es/gwn/gwn.xml
126. http://www.gentoo.org/news/tr/gwn/gwn.xml

Chris Atkinson <thirtyyearswar [at] mindspring> - Author
Anton Senkovskiy <safirst [at] gmail> - Author
Gareth Greenaway <gareth [at] socallinuxexpo> - Author
Chris Gianelloni <wolf31o2 [at] gentoo> - Editor


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