Debian GNU/Linux #Coop

๐Ÿ•ž๏ธŽ - 2000-03-30

I was reading the latest issue of Debian Weekly News when I came upon this nice quote:

I was recently auditing some data I had collected from the Debian project and came across the following statistic: Code changes are submitted to or accepted by the Debian project once every 13 seconds to 7 minutes (depending on time of day). In other words, in the time it takes to dial a 1-800 number, someone may have fixed a bug in or added a feature to Debian, sometimes before the first ring, and definitely before you finally get off the holding queue and talk to a real human being.


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