I'm OdyX@d.o. I am the main maintainer of the Debian Printing Stack (from CUPS to hplip through all drivers), a member of the Debian Technical Committee and the current Chair of the DebConf Committee too.
After many Debian stable versions trying to align Debian with LSB (or is it the reverse?), Stretch got released with a restrained support of the LSB; Buster will remove more LSB compatibility packages.
How did this happen, and why? Will it make the LSB obsolete, or is it the final nail in Debian’s coffin, condemning it to eternal uselessness?
An opportunity to meet the members of the Debian Technical Committee who are in attendance at Debconf, hear the status of open issues, and discuss pending and future issues with the committee.