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Verbal bits from the Debian Project Leader

LinuxTag 2010 is the host of a Debian miniconf; that, in turn, was where relatively new Debian leader Stefano Zacchiroli delivered a relatively high-energy “state of Debian” talk. According to Stefano, Debian is doing great, but can do better yet; he has some ideas for how to make the project better. More here

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  3. Pingback by Debianizzati.Org » Lo stato di Debian — June 14, 2010 @ 8:11 am

    […] Si è appena concluso il LinuxTag 2010, importante manifestazione per Linux e il software open source in Europa, quest’anno tenutosi a Berlino a cui hanno partecipato utenti, sviluppatori, decision makers e la vasta comunità Linux. Ovviamente vi hanno preso parte sviluppatori Debian ed anche il DPL Stefano Zacchiroli che ha parlato dello stato attuale di Debian spiegando come rendereLa migliore. Potete leggere il resoconto su LWN.net […]

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