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Finally, the Debian Project Will No Longer Offer CDs for the GNU/Linux Distribution

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Debian's Steve McIntyre posted a very long and interesting message on the Debian mailing list about the summary of the Debian CD BoF meeting that took place at the DebConf15 conference.

Therefore, we report today that the unanimous decision was to no longer generate CD sets, which were distributed in the form of ISO images, for upcoming releases of the Debian GNU/Linux operating system, starting with the anticipated Debian GNU/Linux 9.0 (Stretch) release. This applies for all of Debian GNU/Linux's supported hardware architectures.

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