Debian 10, codenamed Buster, is due for release today (July 6). It comes with nearly 57,703 packages which is the most for any release to date. Lots of end-user software has been upgraded too.
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The Debian Project has announced in its mailing list that Debian 10, codenamed Buster, will be released to the public on July 6. It has called on developers to submit last-minute bugs before June 25.
Greg Kroah-Hartman, the temporary head of the Linux project, has released version 4.19 of the Linux kernel. While the cycle hasn't seen the most commits ever, it did introduce the new code of conduct.
Linus Torvalds has decided to step back from maintaining the Linux kernel, albeit temporarily. He cited his behaviour for the break and now plans to seek assistance to help with his professionalism.