Lighttpd: Default Index Page Needs Balance

Alexandre Strube surak at surak.eti.br
Sun May 27 01:18:32 BST 2007


2007/5/27, Joe Jaxx <jjacksoniv at fluxbuntu.org>:

>> "This computer has installed the Debian GNU/Linux operating system,
> >> but it has nothing to do with the Debian Project. Please do not
> >> contact the Debian Project about it."
> > That's what the text in the debian package is telling us.
> > They don't speak about the package itself, it just tells the website
> > visitor, that this server has debian installed, but is not part of the
> > Debian Project itself.
> > So, replace Debian GNU/Linux with Ubuntu Linux or whatever is suitable
> > but tell them, that this server is not part of the Ubuntu Project.
> Yes, but the current way it is stated is not too Ubuntu-like (if we just
> s/Debian/Ubuntu/g). I was wondering on a way we could reword it without it
> sounding like the original message since any new ubuntu lighttpd-based
> webserver is going to have this message on a default installation.


Or, using a little more direct words, the thing seems just rude. A change on
it would be welcome.


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Alexandre Strube
surak at ubuntu.com
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