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Re: How to be debian developer

also sprach Rapid Sun <rapid_sun@nida.gov.kh> [2005.03.15.1035 +0100]:
> Last month, i have attended Debian Mini Conference in Beijing. The 
> project manager, Mr. Martin, mentioned about helping Debian.
> Cambodia is new to Open Source. I am very interesting in this and some 
> of my students want to be debian developer.
> Can you tell me how can we start on this?

My book (http://debianbook.info) has a chapter on this, and also
provides a lot of other helpful information. I realise that it is
sold at a price which is not appropriate in Cambodia. I visited your
country this January and was so warmly greeted everywhere that
I would not be able to sleep at night without saying: please send me
your address and the number of people involved and I will see what
I can do. :)

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