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Re: Fresh "academic paper" with "Debian affiliation"

On Mon, 02 Jul 2012, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
> Note that recently the -www team has started uniforming things on that
> front, at least for what concerns our web presence. Given that "Debian
> GNU/Linux" is not necessarily correct anymore (we have several kernels…,
> the choice, AFAIU, is to use solely "Debian" when details don't matter,
> and to list flavors (Debian GNU/Linux, GNU/kFreeBSD, GNU/Hurd) when they
> do. Which totally makes sense.

thanks -- full ACK on my side.  Next paper should reflect that (this
time we primarily referred Debian as "Debian OS" in the paper).

> I think that to refer to Debian as an institution, we should
> consistently use "Debian Project". We do that in legal-ish contexts
> ("signed/represented by foo, on behalf of the Debian Project"). I think
> we --- actually, you :-) --- should do the same for scientific
> publications.

we --- me and Michael --- already have done that correctly then
(even the capitalization was correct in the affiliation line ;-) ).

Yaroslav O. Halchenko
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