Debian Stretch Successor To Be Codenamed Bullseye
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 4 July 2016 at 09:03 AM EDT. 5 Comments
DEBIAN --
Taking place this week in Cape Town, South Africa is DebConf 16. One of the interesting bits of information out of that event is the codename for Stretch's successor.

Debian "Stretch" is the codename for Debian 9 and should be officially released in 2017. Now from DebConf 16 the codename to Stretch's successor has been revealed: Bullseye.


Bullseye continues in the codename tradition set by Debian developers of naming the releases after toys from the Toy Story franchise. Bullseye is the horse from Toy Story.

Debian Bullseye should in turn be released in 2019.
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