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Debian Project News - March 18th

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Welcome to this year's sixth issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include:

Debian Edu Squeeze updated
DPL election campaign
A deeper look inside the freeze
Kali Linux: a new Debian derivative for penetration tests
Other news
Upcoming events
New Debian Contributors
Release-Critical bugs statistics for the upcoming release
Important Debian Security Advisories
New and noteworthy packages
Work-needing packages
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