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Debian 9 Delay, Linux PTSD, and Shells

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The top story of this slightly slow new day was the announcement from Jonathan Wiltshire, Debian release assistant, stating Debian 9 would be delayed two months. Steven Ovadia dug up an interesting blog post from someone claiming to suffer from Linux Desktop PTSD and KDE announced a new community outreach program. Jason Baker posted a round-up and poll of the top five Linux shells and why do distros look so darn insecure?

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Also: Debian 9 "Stretch" Freeze Delayed to Integrate Linux Kernel 4.10

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