All involved with the dyne project (especially jaro) have been extremely
busy since the previous cycle.
Of course the network still exists, but as lives go on so do priorities
Dyne still releases with the full sourcecode and documentation. Any support
for particular softwares go to the respected authors.
greets and good luck using dyne :)
On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 2:05 AM, sayhi2guy@??? <
> >----Original Message----
> >From: vladimir@???
> 12/10/2012 19:34
> >To: <dynebolic@???>
> >Subj: [dyne:bolic]
> How is everything going?
> >Hi everyone
> >The last months I've received
> spam from the list (I don't even remember the
> >last time some issue
> about dyne:bolic was mentioned in the list). Is there
> >a plan to
> develop the next version of dyne:bolic (3.something or
> I'm still using 2.5 because is the best distribution for my
> >old PC (as
> you can notice I can't do much development work with my museum
> this is really a great project. Does anybody has the link to the
> alfa version, my dik got damaged.
> > Sincerely
> Hi Vladimir
> I have wondered the same as everything D:B seems to have gone very
> quiet (as does pure dyne). I cannot find 2.6 on line either, However
> you can still get 2.5.1 at:
> http://distro.ibiblio.org/dynebolic/ >
> Best wishes
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> http://lists.dyne.org/mailman/listinfo/dynebolic >
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