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Debian Project Leader Election Campaign Round-up

I’ve been AWOL for most of the debian project leader election campaigns this year, but I still want to vote, so I’ve been dredging the emails on the last day. Maybe someone still has to vote and reads this, or … Continue reading

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SPI Voting

Software in the Public Interest (SPI) is currently electing to fill two vacant seats on its board. The dates aren’t shown on the vote pages, but on the email: voting closes at 2009-07-28 23:59:59 UTC (UK residents note: UTC not … Continue reading

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Debian, Lenny GR and the Secretary

Two policy issues have been brewing in debian and I’ve been mostly quiet about them because I’ve been busy with TTLLP work. One is the Lenny release GR which I’m still trying to make sense of. I mean: yikes! I’ve … Continue reading

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Please Vote for Weston Woods Path tel:+448716268156 (10p)

I spent the second half of this morning delivering leaflets asking people to vote for the Weston Woods Path Project in today’s itv People’s Millions Big Lottery Fund competition. Just £50,000 gets a smooth, fairly flat, surfaced and edged path … Continue reading

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Firmware and the Shape of Debian Lenny

Lenny is the codename for the next release of debian, which will be debian 5.0 formally. For the first time that I can remember, debian will fit on one disk. OK, so it’s a blu-ray disk (BD), but I’m sure … Continue reading

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