The Debian GNU/Linux Project, a prominent community Linux distribution that has more than a thousand developers spread over the globe, is set to vote on a general resolution to sign, as a project, a letter calling for Free Software Foundation founder Richard Stallman to leave the board and for all FSF board members to also quit en masse.
One of the five candidates in the running for the post of leader of the Debian/GNU Linux project has withdrawn from the race, leaving four to contest for the post.
The Debian GNU/Linux project has a lack of leadership, veteran developer Martin Michlmayr says, adding that while there are many talented people in the project, members are afraid to make or propose changes, especially big, far-reaching ones.
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