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Debian-Ubuntu relationship: poll summary

So, I’m now back and with some feedback to share. I’ll first post (in
this mail) a summary of the replies I got to this “poll” and later on a
more general summary of what I did at UDS. More here

The most appreciated collaboration paradigm between Debian and Ubuntu
seems to be “mixed teams”, where people from both distros work together
using some $VCS. I got report about a dozen such teams, of varying sizes
from a handful of packages to several hundreds. An interesting and
appreciated trend is that such teams usually lead to a direct
involvement in Debian by Ubuntu people: first as DMs, then as DDs, and
in some cases also to greater involvement such as becoming members of
our core teams (e.g.: ftp-master).

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