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Debian Project Leader Elections for 2003

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#1 JHVH-1


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Posted 20 February 2003 - 04:31 PM

If anyone uses debian, or is even thinking about ever using it, then you may find this interesting:

Debian uses a democratic system to run the policies and representatives of its distro, which I personally think is one of the great things about it.

I am not sure who I will vote for, but I know it won't be Branden Robinson as he in the past has shown qualities that I don't like such as arrogance in dealing with his XFree86 packages (which I think are not as good as distros such as mandrake or redhat's packages and debian is my distro of choice!)

#2 kondor


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Posted 20 February 2003 - 06:50 PM

sign up for the weekly newsletter and you can get all the latest news about which packages don't have maintainers and what packages got updated or added, security updates, and everything else. Debian rules the Linux world!

#3 feend


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Posted 21 February 2003 - 02:51 AM

Heh yeah when the first thing you see on a package maintainers site is "How about a nice cup of shut the fuck up", you might tend to dislike the guy :).

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