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Official communication channels for Debian

Laura Arjona Reina-4
The Debian Project                     
Official communication channels for Debian              [hidden email]
March 16th, 2020     

From time to time, we get questions in Debian about our official
channels of communication and questions about the Debian status of who
may own similarly named websites.

The main Debian website [1] is our primary medium of
communication. Those seeking information about current events and
development progress in the community may be interested in the Debian
News [2] section of the Debian website. For less formal announcements,
we have the official Debian blog Bits from Debian [3], and the Debian
micronews [4] service for shorter news items.


Our official newsletter Debian Project News [5] and all official
announcements of news or project changes are dual posted on our website
and sent to our official mailing lists debian-announce [6] or debian-
news [7]. Posting to those mailing lists is restricted.


We also want to take the opportunity to announce how the Debian Project,
or for short, Debian is structured.

Debian has a structure regulated by our Constitution [8]. Officers and

delegated members are listed on our Organizational Structure [9] page.

Additional teams are listed on our Teams [10] page.



The complete list of official Debian members can be found on our New
Members page [11], where our membership is managed. A broader list of
Debian contributors can be found on our Contributors [12] page.


If you have questions, we invite you to reach the press team at
<[hidden email]>.

About Debian

The Debian Project is an association of Free Software developers who
volunteer their time and effort in order to produce the completely free
operating system Debian.

Contact Information

For further information, please visit the Debian web pages at or send mail to <[hidden email]>.

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