internetnews.com: New Debian Project Leader Takes Charge
Apr 26, 2005, 13:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Guiding a major software operating system is not often a
democratic act, even within the open source movement. But Debian
GNU/Linux is an exception.
"Branden Robinson was recently elected by Debian developers as
the new Debian Project Leader (DPL) and issued his first report
yesterday. In it, he discussed the progress and challenges of the
much anticipated next release.
"Robinson is a senior employee at Progeny Linux Systems, a
company that has close ties to Debian. Ian Murdock the cofounder of
Progeny was also the founder of the Debian Project. Robinson had
run unsuccessfully for DPL every year since 2001 and was elected
over five other candidates..."
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