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Debian Project News - December 14th

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Welcome to this year's fifteenth issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:

Volunteers needed for publicity team
Removal of sun-java6 from the archive
Debian SDL packaging team revival
Bits from the DPL
Ubuntu appreciates Debian
India mini-DebConf, Mangalore edition
New mirror in El Salvador
Debexpo maintainers call for contributions
Bug Squashing Party marathon started
Call for talks: FOSDEM 2012
New s390 buildd at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Further interviews
New Debian Contributors
Release-critical bugs statistics for the upcoming release
Important Debian Security Advisories
New and noteworthy packages
Work-needing packages
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