Debian LSB Status
What is (specifically) the current Debian perspective on LSB status?
RedHat, SuSE and Mandrake "have become Linux Standard Base (LSB)
Certified." While Bdale's comment is interesting, it does not speak to
Debian's LSB status.
"The LSB is an important step in the evolution of Linux, one which I
hope will help ensure that Linux distributions become ever more
compatible in all the ways that really matter to users and
developers," said Bdale Garbee, Debian Project Leader. "As part of
fulfilling our vision of Debian as a Universal Operating System, we
intend to continue working both to ensure that Debian is fully
capable of running standards-compliant applications, ant that Debian
remains an excellent platform for developing them!"
-- Grant Bowman <firstname.lastname@example.org>