25 May, 2006

 

Supermarket of Components

Whilst my contributions are totally dwarfed by those of Joey Hess, I wholeheartedly agree with what he says - Debian should be more than just a large collection of readily available packages. Ubuntu is great, but Debian should be able to innovate in different ways because of its different structure and longer release cycles (which can be both a burden and a blessing). I really would like to see Debian staying relevant to end-users, otherwise many people may eventually just stop contributing. That would be a big blow for all the derivatives as well, not just Debian itself.

[Update: Fixed 'what he says' URL.]

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