This section should be included at the PRs from Debian Times Team.
About the Debian Project
Debian GNU/Linux is one of the free libre operating systems, with a broad list of officially maintained packages on 11 hardware platforms, from cell phones to mainframes, developed by more than two thousand volunteers from all over the world who collaborate on the Debian Project.
The Debian Project's key strengths are its volunteer base, its dedication to Free Libre Open Source Software, to the Debian Social Contract and the non-profit nature of the Debian Constitution, its open and meritocratic development model, its organization and social governance and its commitment to provide the best operating systems attainable, following a strict quality policy, working with an established QA Team and helpful users reporting bugs, suggestions, exchanging ideas, solutions, and registering experiences during its history.
One can help the Debian Project by joining it even though not being a programmer, or being a development and/or service partner company or institution at the Debian Partner Program, or simply by making various donations to the Debian Project.