Debian Long Term Support (LTS) users and contributors surveyOn Mon 13 July 2020 with tags project announcement
Written by Holger Levsen
On July 18th Stretch LTS starts, offering two more years of security support to the Debian Stretch release. Stretch LTS will be the fourth iteration of LTS, following Squeeze LTS which started in 2014, Wheezy LTS in 2016 and Jessie LTS in 2018.
However, for the first time, we have prepared a small survey about our users and contributors, who they are and why they are using LTS.
Filling out the survey should take less than 10 minutes. We would really appreciate if you could participate in the survey online!
In two weeks (July 27th 2020) we will close the survey, so please don't hesitate and participate now! After that, there will be a followup email with the results.
More information about Debian LTS is available at https://wiki.debian.org/LTS, including generic contact information.
Official communication channels for DebianOn Mon 16 March 2020 with tags project announcement
Written by Laura Arjona Reina, Ana Guerrero Lopez and Donald Norwood
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From time to time, we get questions in Debian about our official channels of communication and questions about the Debian status of who may own similarly named websites.
The main Debian website www.debian.org is our primary medium of communication. Those seeking information about current events and development progress in the community may be interested in the Debian News section of the Debian website. For less formal announcements, we have the official Debian blog Bits from Debian, and the Debian micronews service for shorter news items.
Our official newsletter Debian Project News and all official announcements of news or project changes are dual posted on our website and sent to our official mailing lists debian-announce or debian-news. Posting to those mailing lists is restricted.
We also want to take the opportunity to announce how the Debian Project, or for short, Debian is structured.
If you have questions, we invite you to reach the press team at email@example.com.
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