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Re: Debian presence at UDS - feedback sought

Hi list, especiall Iain,

did you see this mail by zack?

Am Mittwoch, den 13.10.2010, 17:06 +0200 schrieb Stefano Zacchiroli:
> [ M-F-T set to -derivatives ]
> Dear all,
>   I've been invited to attend the forthcoming UDS (Ubuntu Developer
> Summit) and I'll be able to attend for a few days from October 25 to
> October 28.
> I plan to attend the usual session about the relationship among Debian
> and Ubuntu, a session which is usually attended by DDs which happen to
> work with Ubuntu or for Canonical. Something very similar happened last
> time and I've reported about it [1].
> As last time, I don't want to present my own views only, but rather
> views which are representative of project opinions. Therefore I
> encourage you to let me know of specific topics you want me to mention
> in that session and/or that you want me to address face to face with
> people there. I'll report about them once back.
> This is a good chance to stress that IMO we want to pursue this kind of
> collaboration with any derivative or distribution which is interested in
> collaborating with us. Another example of it is Debian participation at
> next OpenSUSE conference (thanks to Rhonda) and I'll surely welcome
> other similar examples in the future (hint hint!).

it occured to me that we implement a possible model of cooperation
between Debian and Ubuntu: Most work happens on the Debian side, with
active contribution by the Ubuntu people (well, Iain :-)), who then
actively bring the development here to Ubuntu.

Iain, how satisfied are you with our model of cooperation? Does it work
well for you? If so, maybe you could tell zack about it, e.g. how you
ensure that Ubuntu benefits of the DHG work and how it workes out, and
he could use it as an example for a possible scheme of cooperation?


Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
Debian Developer
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