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Re: Idea of a Debian Mascot [Was: FW: Bits from the DPL: FTP assistants, marketing team, init scripts, elections]

On Wed, Feb 27, 2008 at 10:30:23PM -0800, debian azul wrote:
> Debian does not need a friendly mascot. That is ridiculous. Debian is well
> known because it is great work not because its appearance is nice or cool.
> There are many projects that have been working in beautiful distributions
> from Debian. If somebody works with Debian needs to be responsible not
> mattering if he/she is newbie or master. A lot of newbies are working with
> Debian and they love Debian.
> The Debian logo(*swirl*) is perfect for the project.

I'd be very interested in Debian, with aptitude, etc, with the OpenBSD
kernel.  To me, this would be the best of both worlds.

Next time I have a spare box, I'll work on having an OpenBSD main system
with Debian in a chroot (the same way we have amd64 systems with i386
chroots for a few things in Etch).


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