This article at ZDNet follows in the footsteps of LinuxWatch with a very critical view at Etch progress and the impact of Dunc-Tank.
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The next version of the Linux distribution Debian was due to be released by December 4, meaning that it is already more than two weeks late.
Now one of Debian's release managers has started pointing his finger at key individuals.
In a blog posted on Monday, Andreas Barth wrote, “Some people who used to do good work reduced their involvement drastically. There was nothing I could do about that, and that happened way before I started full-time on (the) release, but on the global picture, that still counts.”