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Debian Project News - June 11th

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

Debian archive rebuilds on Amazon Web Services
Debian welcomes diversity
armhf and s390x on their way to Wheezy
DebConf13 logo contest
First bug squashing party in Shanghai
Bits from the Ruby Team
Interviews
Upcoming events
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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