Op The Register las ik dat Debian 2.1 (codename 'Slink') gereleased was. hier vind je een lijst met adressen om em te downen. Nog wat stuff erover:
Debian uses the Linux kernel and GNU basic tools, and has a development team of some 300, using the Linux model of development. Slink is only certified for use with the Linux 2.0x series of kernels, and there are some known problems with the 2.2x kernel.
Debian decided that it would only use free versions of the X Window system (X11R6.3) because of what it calls a social contract with the free software community. Debian is overseen by a non-profit organisation Software in the Public Interest.
Netscape decided to use the Debian free software guidelines as the basis for the Netscape licence for Communicator.
At Pixar, a developer's PC with Debian was run for 458 days continuously before being switched off to move it to another floor.