I’ve been Debian user since many years ago. I’m proud of Debian in all that years.Was my O.S. of choice at home desktops and at work servers. This week I started to learn about the pkg-perl team, to try to help in Dancer::* and its build dependencies packaging. More here
Nowadays, I don’t know exactly what Debian is… but it is not Debian anymore. And I can’t fight against this issue opening bugs.
Debian is canonical and canonical is Debian. Changes come from ubuntu developers maintaining Debian packages. I can’t trust a operative system whit junior sysadmin quoting problems in the core scripts, or loads of shit just by enterprise release dates and conveniences.