Updates on the Debian Project
|17 August 09|
|16 August 09|
It all started here 16 years ago.
Happy 16th birthday Debian!
|15 August 09|
Just for the record, your editor is not really planning to mention here all the stuff sent to debian-devel-announce.
if you are interested in Debian development, you should be subscribed to the mentioned list because all the very important news that have a big impact the daily work of every developer should go there, while reading this blog is just for stuff that is nice to know but not mandatory.
That said, if you have some information that you want the Debian community to know, just submit it!
|15 August 09|
|14 August 09|
The following packages are new in the Debian archive:
|13 August 09|
The Debian Timeline has been updated to include large updates to the Debian Policy, the recent time-based release announcements and a handful of miscellaneous events.
It is available on the web at http://timeline.debian.net/ or in the
debian-timeline package. The author welcomes patches and updates (file a bug in the BTS against the package).
|12 August 09|
Another new mailing list, Debian research has been created with the goal to gather those interested in Debian from an academic perspective.
|11 August 09|
Dutch speaker users can use now the new debian-user-dutch mailing list.
With this new list, there are user support lists in 21 different languages listed at Debian List for User. 22 languages, if you count English!
|10 August 09|
The Security Team has recently added some trainees. So far, Sebastien Delafond, Jan Christoph Nordholz and Luciano Bello have worked on updates, with a fourth candidate in the pipeline.
The uploads are reviewed and released by the current Security Team members, usually identified by the
Sender: header line in the announcement mail.
|9 August 09|