ostatic.com: It took nearly two years for Debian 7.0 to reach the masses. Wirzenius and co-writer Russ Allbery (Debian hacker) say, "We should aim for a short freeze, perhaps as short as two weeks, and certainly not longer than two months."
mylinuxexplore.blogspot: Let me get it straight in the beginning, if you are a real distro hopper and always looking for the latest Linux world has to offer, Debian is not the perfect distro for you. You will get bored. Debian stable branch is for those who look for supreme stability and awesome performance.
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linuxadvocates.com: I sat on this article over night and I'm glad I did. While re-reading and editing, I realized it was probably the best decision I've made this week. It went beyond a rant, it went beyond releasing my Inner Crybaby.... It was scalding and mean.
theregister.co.uk: Google is moving the default software for its rentable cloud servers from a custom version of Linux to Debian.
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pcworld.com: Now occupying the No. 5 spot on DistroWatch, Debian consistently resides within the site's top-10 list of page-hit rankings. The software is available as a free download to install or take for a test drive. Here's a small sampling of some of the key new improvements.
zdnet.com: The International Space Station's laptops are moving from Windows to Linux, and R2, the first Linux-powered humanoid robot in space, is now under-going in-flight testing.