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Interview with an Extremadura Developer: Bringing Debian to the Masses

Extremadura’s migration to Linux is quite remarkable, especially that it is fully backed up by the local government. The whole case really intrigued me, so I decided to explore more about this region’s Linux escapades.
Read it in the interview


RH: Daniel, thank you for taking the time from your busy schedule to sit with me. Let’s start talking about you, what is it exactly that you do?

DC: Well, of course I have my Extremadura/LinEx responsibilities. I’m part of the LinEx technical team, we are 6 people creating and maintaining a Debian based distribution. This distribution is used in the education system in Extremadura, and it is also used to spread free software concepts to people here. I’m both programmer and package maintainer for this distribution. I am also a project manager for LinEx SP (a special version of LinEx used internally in Extremadura’s Public Administration) and LinEx GUIA (a special distribution for Extremadura’s councils).

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