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Leftovers: Debian

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  • Debian packages with /outdated/ packaging style

    Following my blog post yesterday with graphs about Debian packaging evolution, I prepared lists of packages for each kind of outdatedness. Of course not all practices highlighted below are deprecated, and there are good reasons to continue to do some of them. But still, given that they all represent a clear minority of packages, I thought that it would be useful to list the related packages. (I honestly didn’t know if some of my packages would show up in the lists!)

  • Debian Med Bug Squashing in Advent 2015

    Like the years before, the Debian Med team performed a bug squashing event from December 1st to 24th. All bugs that have been closed during that period got an entry in the calendar. This year I am really impressed with the achievement of all participants. After the rather small quantity last year, the incredible number of 150 bugs have been closed this year! Thanks alot!

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