New Debian leader aims for better communication

Posted by Sander_Marechal on Apr 18, 2008 1:42 AM EST
ITWire; By Sam Varghese
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In many ways the Debian GNU/Linux project is unique among all the distributions that dot the Linux landscape. Apart from putting out a high-grade distribution, it has served as the base for a number of others - Ubuntu and Knoppix, to name just two - which have had a big impact on the growth of the Linux ecosystem. A few days back, the project concluded its elections for the year and Steve McIntyre emerged as the victor in a three-cornered contest. McIntyre may well be the most watched elected official of a non-profit group - the direction the project takes is of vital concern to a great many businesses. He was quick off the blocks when approached for an interview; his prose was clear and concise, his reactions swift.

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