Re: Debian needs more buildds. It has offers. They aren't being accepted.
Stephen Frost <email@example.com> writes:
> * David Weinehall (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>> A rejection from the DAM must be considered a pretty strong vote of
>> misconfidence of the AM's job, no?
> No. There's alot more to it than what the AM does, as is obvious when
> you look at the AM templates and then consider what people tend to get
> rejected by the DAM for. The AMs do a pretty good job and handle alot
> of the 'easier' questions for the AM report but the DAM has to look at
> more than just the report for each applicant.
If an AM is doing nothing more than using the NM templates and
processing the applicant's answers, then that AM is not doing a good
job. An AM should do a thorough background check of the applicant,
including mailing list activity, BTS usage (both bug response time and
resolve time), package upload frequency, and relationships with
developers (particularly sponsors).
There's no reason any of these checks should be the DAM's
responsibility. And people wonder why the NM queue tends to be
processed so slowly...
Don't worry, it's *in*-flammable.