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Debian: A Force To Be Reckoned With

Benjamin Mako Hill is to make a presentation with that subject at the Debconf and needs a bit of support with examples et. al. for it
Read his plea for help here or on his wiki, here

Quote:

To make the talk excellent, I wanted to solicit examples from you, great Debian community. I've already got my own list but I'd like to hear what you think I should talk about?

What I'm not looking for is examples of people or organizations that use Debian. This talk is not about people who use the OS or the people who build it. This is about people who have learned from Debian as a community.

Primarily, I'm looking for academic publications on Debian. However, anyone who has learned and designed a system or community based on such a paper or from observation would be good as well. People who use or have learned from our voting structure might be a good example as would communities with a Debian-derived social contract. Software engineering research is fair game.

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