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    Debian roadmap
    Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday, January 24, 2002 – 18:51
    A Debian roadmap, similar to GNOME’s dotplan would be helpful in understanding the Debian release process, timings and the currrent status of various stages. Information about other projects such as new ports, Debian JR or Debian-Med could also be included.
    Joy: the best resource for the roadmap of the testing distribution are the release manager’s (Anthony Towns’) posts to debian-devel-announce.
    Everything about the subprojects can be found at their respective home pages. Nobody bothers to collect all the information in one place probably because it would be impossible to maintain it efficiently.

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