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## Please save this page as Derivatives/Census/Example
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== example == == Webconverger ==
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{{http://webconverger.org/img/webconverger_org.png|Webconverger logo}} example is a Debian derivative aimed at being an example derivative. {{https://webconverger.com/images/logo.svg|Webconverger logo}} is a distribution aimed at only supporting web applications. The typical use cases fulfilled are public access browsing and [[http://neon.webconverger.com|Web signage]].
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 * Status: active (2007-02-01)
 * Homepage: http://www.webconverger.org/
 * Blog: hhttp://webconverger.org/blog/
 * Microblog: http://twitter.com/webconverger
 * Corporate sponsor: [[http://www.webconverger.com/|Webconverger Pte Ltd]]
 * user list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/webc-users
 * wiki: http://webconverger.org/
 * Debian derivatives census maintainer: Kai Hendry <hendry@webconverger.com> (hendry on IRC) /* As maintainer you are expected to subscribe to Derivatives/CensusTemplate and Derivatives/Census/Example */
 * Status: active (2012-12-26)
 * Homepage: https://webconverger.org/
 * Blog: https://webconverger.org/blog/
 * Microblog: https://twitter.com/webconverger
 * Corporate sponsor: [[https://webconverger.com/|Webconverger Pte Ltd]]
 * Government sponsor:
 * user IRC:
 * devel IRC:
 * Debian IRC:
 * user list: https://groups.google.com/group/webc-users
 * devel list:
 * Debian list:
 * user
forums:
 * devel
forum:
 * Debian forum:

 * wiki: https://webconverger.org/
 * Debian derivatives census maintainer: Kai Hendry <hendry@webconverger.com> (hendry on IRC)
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 * Distrowatch page: http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=webconverger /* For the distrowatch page, list either the table.php page, or the top-level redirect. If using a top-level redirect that redirects to a different name, please use the name redirected to */  * Distrowatch page: https://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=webconverger
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 * Based on: Debian squeeze  * Based on: Debian squeeze, Progress Linux artax
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 * Bugs forwarded to Debian: [[http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?users=example-devel@lists.example.org|user example-devel@lists.example.org]] ([[http://udd.debian.org/cgi-bin/example_usertag.cgi|statistics]])
 * Architectures: amd64 i386 armhf sh4
 * Patches repo: http://patches.example.org/
 * Docs about Example for Debian developers: http://wiki.example.org/ExampleForDebianDevs
 * Docs about Debian for Example developers: http://wiki.example.org/DebianForExampleDevs
 * Example glossary: https://wiki.example.org/Glossary
 * Package comparison: http://qa.example.org/packages-and-versions.html
 * Popcon information: http://popcon.example.org/
 * Quality assurance information: http://qa.example.org/
 * lintian information: http://lintian.example.org/
 * piuparts information: http://piuparts.example.org/
 * static analysis information: http://daca.example.org/
 * list of developers: http://people.example.org/
 * developer blogs: http://planet.example.org/
 * developer microblogs: http://identi.ca/example
 * derivatives info: http://www.example.org/about/derivatives
 * mirrors file: http://ftp.example.org/example/README.mirrors.txt
 * apt repositories (source, binary, stablerelease/nextrelease):
{{{#!highlight sourceslist numbers=disable
# If you do not provide any apt repository, please list here in comments
# your distribution methods and download URLs for binaries and source.

# If you use Debian or debian-multimedia.org or other external repositories,
# please leave them out of your listed sources.list or add them commented out.

# Please include correct architecture information (the [arch=...] parts)

# Please list your in-development/future release first, then your stable release
# then your oldstable release and so on. Please do not list unsupported releases

# Please uncomment the mirror lines below after modifying them to point at
# the apt repositories for your derivative.

# Please remove this comment and the ones above.

#deb [arch=i386,amd64] ftp://ftp.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free
#deb [arch=i386,amd64] ftp://other.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src ftp://ftp.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src ftp://other.example.org/example/ nextrelease main contrib non-free

#deb [arch=i386,amd64] ftp://ftp.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb [arch=i386,amd64] ftp://security.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb [arch=i386,amd64] ftp://backports.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src ftp://ftp.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src ftp://security.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
#deb-src ftp://backports.example.org/example/ stablerelease main contrib non-free
}}}
 * Bugs forwarded to Debian:
 * Architectures: i386
 * Patches repo:
 * Docs about Webconverger for Debian developers:
 * Docs about Debian for Webconverger developers:
 * Webconverger glossary:
 * Package comparison:
 * Popcon information:
 * Quality assurance information:
 * lintian information:
 * piuparts information:
 * static analysis information:
 * list of developers:
 * developer blogs:
 * developer microblogs:
 * derivatives info:
 * mirrors file:
 * apt repositories:

Webconverger

Webconverger logo is a distribution aimed at only supporting web applications. The typical use cases fulfilled are public access browsing and Web signage.

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