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[[title
  what's new...
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[[abstract

        */Under construction (sigh)/* This site serves as a
        prototyping environment for new arch features and some related
        "blog" technology.  It is currently held together with duct
        tape and spit.

        To see (most of) the source form of one of these
        Awiki-generated pages, modify the url, substituting `.txt' for
        `.html'.
]]


[[cartouche

  /`Tue Jun  7 12:15 2005'/

  The mainline has recently gained several memory leak fixes.
  

  [[blockquote
    */archive:/* `lord@emf.net--2005'

    */top-of-tree:/* `dists--devo--1.3.4'

    */config file:/* `./config'
  ]]

  <"*other diary entries...*" -- ./web/communications/diary-2005-06.html>
]]


* {*internal GNU Arch links}

  <"The GNU Arch Bug Database" -- ./bugs/index.html>

  <"GNU Arch Roadmap" -- ./web/communications/gnu-arch-roadmap.html>
  Where are we going?

  <"Official Archives" -- ./web/gnu-arch/famous-archives.html> Where
  can you find arch's self-hosted mainlines?

  <"Public Keys" -- ./web/gnu-arch/public-keys.html> The official
  archives are cryptographically signed.  Here are the public keys.

  <"Popular Writings" -- ./web/gnu-arch/popular-writings.html> These
  are arch-related essays that people frequently ask for.


* {*external GNU Arch links}

  <ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/gnu-arch> -- the primary distribution
  site for GNU Arch.

  <http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/gnu-arch-users> -- the
  `gnu-arch-users' mailing list.

  <http://lists.seyza.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/gnu-arch-dev> --
  the `gnu-arch-dev' mailling list.

  <http://wiki.gnuarch.org> -- the Arch Wiki, maintained by users.


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 ; arch-tag: Tom Lord Sun Nov 21 22:42:02 2004 (web/index.txt)

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