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    Who should Debian Planet try to interview next?
    Submitted by robot101 on Tuesday, October 15, 2002 – 10:49
    Interviews

    Bdale Garbee (current DPL)
    11% (69 votes)
       
    Anthony ‘aj’ Towns (release manager)
    15% (100 votes)
       
    Branden ‘Overfiend’ Robinson (X maintainer, SPI treasurer)
    34% (224 votes)
     
    Martin ‘Joey’ Schulze (security team, DWN, stable release manager…)
    20% (132 votes)
       
    Matthew ‘willy’ Wilcox (HPPA/IA64 porter, db[34]/Apache maintainer)
    8% (51 votes)
       
    Debian Planet crew?
    12% (75 votes)
       

    Total votes: 651

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    Subject: One for willy
    Author: jdaily
    Date: Friday, 2002/10/25 – 02:50
    Let it be recorded that willy got the first vote, and stood at 100% of all votes for some short but glorious period of time.
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    Subject: Indeed.
    Author: Daniel S
    Date: Friday, 2002/10/25 – 02:54
    willy wasn’t there in the initial revision of the poll; I added him later. I think it was Robot101 that added “DebianP^H Planet crew”.
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