Are Debian and Docker slowly losing in popularity?
Stapelbergs is the one who wrote the Linux tiling window manager i3, the code search engine Debian Code Search and the netsplit-free. Debian follows a different change process where packages are nudged in the right direction by a document called the Debian Policy, or its programmatic embodiment, lintian. “currently, all packages become lint-unclean, all maintainers need to read up on what the new thing is, how it might break, whether/how it affects them, manually run some tests, and finally decide to opt in. Debian generally seems to prefer decentralized approaches over centralized ones. For example, individual packages are maintained in separate repositories (as opposed to in one repository), each repository can use any SCM (git and svn are common ones) or no SCM at all, and each repository can be hosted on a different site.