Debian -- The Universal Operating System.
A community project of volunteers to create a free operating system.
Debian 11 "bullseye" is the current stable release of the Debian operating system. It is supported on nine different CPU architectures. Visit https://www.debian.org/download to get an installer and links to documentation. Additionally there are live images available to try Debian without installing it. There are also Debian Official Cloud Images provided by the Debian Cloud Team on popular cloud marketplace listings.
Several options for support with Debian are available, including online via IRC, mailing lists, bug tracking system (BTS), and more.
opencommand will try and open a file with the right program
Looking ahead at 2022, the 23rd Debian Conference, Debconf22, is scheduled to be held in Prizren, Kosovo from Sunday 2022-July-17th through 2022-July-24th. DebCamp will be held the week before, from July 10th through the 16th.
While the next stable release of Debian, codenamed "bookworm", will likely not be out until 2023, there has been significant work by the community.
rename.ulprograms have been removed (with replacements of
whichprogram has been deprecated (advised to use
Reviewing accomplishments in 2021 since the last FOSDEM, Debian 11 "bullseye" shipped on 2021-August-14th. Since then two point releases for Debian 11 have come out, most recently with 11.2 on 2021-December-18th.
Debian 10 "buster" continues to receive security and critical bug fixes, with four point release updates in 2021. Debian 10.11 was published 2021-October-9th.
Like FOSDEM21, Debconf21 took place virtually online from 2021-August-24 to 2021-August-28.