"Matthew Garrett expressed frustration with Debian recently, in
a blog post that's become rather famous.
"I'm of the opinion that Ubuntu could not exist without Debian.
So it's absolutely my intention to see that Ubuntu is a
constructive part of the broader Debian landscape. It's vital that
Ubuntu help to sustain and grow Debian, because it's the breadth
and strength of Debian which make up the 'shoulders of greatness'
on which we in the Ubuntu community stand when we reach for the
stars. That doesn't mean I'm naive enough to think this
relationship will ever be an easy one, but I would hope that the
discussion doesn't turn into one of 'Ubuntu versus Debian.' Because
it isn't the case that one of them will succeed and the other fail.
You could only perceive that as an outcome if you assumed that the
two have exactly the same goals..."
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