Le 2011-08-15 23:02, Filipus Klutiero a écrit :
Le 2011-08-15 20:04, Valessio Brito a écrit :
I forgot to say - rather than numbers, I would put emphasis on the
fact that Debian is entirely free.
This is great job. Thank you for licensing that under the GPL!
Hi, create a flyer digital "18th Debian Celebrating" small version:
others version and source:
artwork in GPLv2, see http://valessiobrito.info/d18th/README / GPLv2 file.
 609 GB - Size - http://www.debian.org/mirror/size.en.html
FWIW, my Okular doesn't like the PDF at all.
Just a question on the text, is it based on some blurb or
completely original? I find some numbers a little deceiving. We
may have 40 000 packages with some computation, but our stable
i386 has only 29500, and that's binary packages. I find 14 500
source packages more representative.
We could probably find 15 Debian architectures in some way, but
squeeze only supports "32-bit PC / Intel IA-32 (
64-bit PC / Intel EM64T / x86-64 (
Motorola/IBM PowerPC (
powerpc), Sun/Oracle SPARC (
mips (big-endian) and
(little-endian)), Intel Itanium (
ia64), IBM S/390 (
and ARM EABI (
armel)", which is - at best - 9
Finally, regarding the 609 GB, this size is interesting for mirror
administrators, but for general marketing, the nicely round 50 GB
of data for i386 seems like a more meaningful measurement.
The current numbers may be bigger, but they may be more scary than
anything - the "actual" numbers are already quite big IMO! That
could be kept in mind for the next anniversary.
Thank you very much again, and happy anniversary.