The Debian Wheezy Handbook is now available

Cover of the Debian Administrator's Handbook (Wheezy edition)

The work to update the Debian Administrator’s Handbook for Debian Wheezy is over and the book is now available for public consumption. Enjoy!

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My Free Software Activities in November 2013

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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Will Debian’s technical committee coopt Keith Packard or Philipp Kern?

The process has been ongoing for more than a year but the Debian technical committee is about to select a candidate to recommend for its vacant seat. The Debian Project Leader will then (likely) appoint him (looks like it won’t be a women). According to recent discussions on debian-ctte@lists.debian.org, it seems that either Keith Packard […]

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My Free Software Activities in September 2013

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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Finding a new name for the Package Tracking System

Let’s bikeshed a new name for the Package Tracking System.

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My Free Software Activities in August 2013

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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My Free Software Activities in July 2013

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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My Free Software Activities in June 2013

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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My Free Software Activities in May 2013

The Debian Booth

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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My Free Software Activities in April 2013

My monthly summary is always a good way to have the latest news of Debian projects that I am working on.

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