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Debian: DebConf20 Sponsors (Microsoft Money Rejected for First Time Since 2016) and Debcamp/LTS Activities

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  • DebConf20 welcomes its sponsors!

    DebConf20 is taking place online, from 23 August to 29 August 2020. It is the 21st Debian conference, and organizers and participants are working hard together at creating interesting and fruitful events.

    We would like to warmly welcome the 17 sponsors of DebConf20, and introduce them to you.

    We have four Platinum sponsors.

    Our first Platinum sponsor is Lenovo. As a global technology leader manufacturing a wide portfolio of connected products, including smartphones, tablets, PCs and workstations as well as AR/VR devices, smart home/office and data center solutions, Lenovo understands how critical open systems and platforms are to a connected world.

    Our next Platinum sponsor is Infomaniak. Infomaniak is Switzerland's largest web-hosting company, also offering backup and storage services, solutions for event organizers, live-streaming and video on demand services. It wholly owns its datacenters and all elements critical to the functioning of the services and products provided by the company (both software and hardware).

  • David Bremner: Debcamp activities 2018 [Ed: Newly edited]
  • Freexian’s report about Debian Long Term Support, July 2020

    Like each month, albeit a bit later due to vacation, here comes a report about the work of paid contributors to Debian LTS.

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