Monthly report about Debian Long Term Support, January 2022

Like each month, have a look at the work funded by Freexian’s Debian LTS offering.

Debian project funding

In January we saw a new funded project proposed. The project is meant to bring in a number of changes to the Tryton modules and packages in Debian. Tryton, a full featured, entirely open source business software platform, is supported by its own foundation. You can track the current status of all our funded projects at its dedicated web page.

Folks continue to add to the Grow Your Ideas project page, that’s great.

In January € 2550 was put aside to fund Debian projects.

We continue to looking forward to hearing about Debian project proposals from various Debian stakeholders. This month has seen work on a survey that will go out to Debian Developers to gather feedback on what they think should be the priorities for funding in the project. Learn more about the rationale behind this initiative in this article.

Debian LTS contributors

In January, 13 contributors were paid to work on Debian LTS, their reports are available below. If you’re interested in participating in the LTS or ELTS teams, we welcome participation from the Debian community. Simply get in touch with Jeremiah or Raphaël.

  • Abhijith Pa worked 5 hours out of 5 available.
  • Anton Gladky worked 12 hours out of 12 available.
  • Ben Hutchings worked 16 hours out of 24 available and carried over 8 for February.
  • Chris Lamb worked 18 hours out of 18 available.
  • Emilio Pozuelo Monfort worked 55 hours out of 58.25 available and carried over 3.25 for February
  • Jeremiah Foster worked 20 hours out of 20 available on LTS administration and 8.3 hours on funded projects.
  • Lee Garrett didn’t spend any hours in January and carries over 39.25 hours to February
  • Markus Koschany worked 34 hours out of 40 available and carried over 6 for February.
  • Ola Lundqvist reported via email that they didn’t spend any hours in January and carries over 11 from December for a total of 12 hours for February.
  • Roberto C. Sanchez worked 9 hours out of 32 available and carried over 23 for February
  • Sylvain Beucler worked 22 hours out of 40 available and carried over 14 for February
  • Thorsten Alteholz worked 40 hours out of 40 available.
  • Utkarsh Gupta worked 58.25 hours out of 58.25 available.

Evolution of the situation

In January we released 34 DLAs.

The security tracker currently lists 39 packages with a known CVE and the dla-needed.txt file has 20 packages still needing an update.

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