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.
A number of people associated with free and open source software have written an open letter calling for Richard Stallman, the founder of the Free Software Foundation, to be removed from his position on the board, along with the entire FSF board.
The idea of paying developers to work on Debian GNU/Linux packages has reared its head again, with senior developer Raphael Hertzog proposing that project funds be used for the purpose.
The Debian GNU/Linux project is 23 years old and one of its developers has just completed two decades with the community Linux organisation.
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