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Weekly Debian Nudes #5 - because it doesn't need to be weekly to be called weekly

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Let me tell you a story. It is not about a man named Jed. Well, it could be - what with all those thousands of Debian developers out there, one of them might be called Jed. You never know.

Anyway, these guys go about their happy mission, releasing high quality distributions whenever the holy spirits move them, or, you know, whenever they've been off the spirits long enough, though there be years between releases and the rest of the world has long overtaken them, in terms of functionality at least.

Which brings me, in a roundabout kind of way, to the point of the story - since the last Weakly Debian Nudes the expected release date for Debian 4.0 (Etch) has passed, with no release in sight.

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