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Here's an update from F-Droid regarding upcoming changes to its build and distribution infrastructure.

If you have an app on f-droid.org, you might have noticed that all builds happen on a 5 year old Debian release: stretch. We are in the midst of a big effort to upgrade to the latest bullseye release right now. This is not just a simple apt-get upgrade, we are also taking this opportunity to overhaul the build process so that app builds work with a relatively plain Debian install as the base OS. We have to provide a platform to build thousands of apps, so we cannot just upgrade the base image as often as we like.
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