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Weekly Debian Nudes #3 - or "How to flog a dead horse"

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And here, once again, flying in the face of common sense, of good taste, comes the legendary Weekly Debian Nudes, determination in every line of its features, like a superhero who has accidentally strayed onto the wrong blog.

Yes, despite the fact that the genuine Debian Weekly News has been published this week, and despite that fact that the reader has no doubt woken up to the realization that I know nothing whatsoever about anything that is going on in the Debian project.

Firstly, and this is the bit where we get to the actual news, Debian Weekly News has returned, although indications are it will no longer be a weekly, so that just goes to show how great I am.

Debian Sarge has been updated again (Release 4) , and Etch is still on target for a December release, but don't quote me on that, mostly because I didn't say it.

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