Linux.com has interviewed Anthony Towns about the maening of life and what to do with Debian.
NF: You were asked about summing up your platform in three words — you chose “vitality, recruiting, direction” — could you expand on that for readers?
AT: Debian's a great project — but we can get caught up in arguing about things, or overthinking them, or simply not finishing up some of the plans we make. By “vitality”, I mean making sure we actually *do* things, rather than just talk about them.
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