The Debian GNU/Linux project has come to some kind of crossroads – due to many factors, some of them artificial – and the man who takes over leadership next month will have to make some crucial decisions on the future direction of the project.
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Murdock's interview was published in part by Linux Format, a British magazine. (Curiously, the magazine chose not to create any online payment options for those who wanted to read the entire interview; the only way to do that is to buy a copy. The fact that such interviews are of interest across geographical borders probably did not cross the publisher's mind.) But the published part alone had sufficient meat in it for Murdock to anticipate some reaction and create an entry in his personal blog saying: “I knew midway through that I was about to step in it, but these are things that needed to be said, and Im pleased with how it ended up.”