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    Debian: The Past, The Present and the Future
    Submitted by o-o on Friday, October 25, 2002 – 06:53
    DebianHere is a talk that I gave last Tuesday at the Free Software Symphosium in Tokyo. It gives a brief overview about Debian, goes a bit into packaging, discusses core elements. Very superficial stuff not for hardcore people. Also does some graphs on the statistics for maintainers/packages/arches over time and tries to extrapolate the future development from those. Brief intro to source based distributions. Then concludes with an advertisement how my new package manger, uPM could solve some issues.
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    Subject: developers thoughts on uPM
    Author: binaryfeed
    Date: Saturday, 2002/10/26 – 03:31
    I’m wondering how the key debian developers feel about uPM. Every time anyone ever talks about moving away from dpkg (even just to a new version of dpkg) people freak out. How do they feel about uPM?
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