Re: fresh blood gets congested: long way to become DD
* Nico Golde (email@example.com) [050801 15:21]:
> * Andreas Barth <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005-08-01 15:16]:
> > * Neil McGovern (email@example.com) [050801 14:02]:
> > > On Mon, Aug 01, 2005 at 01:58:55PM +0200, Andreas Barth wrote:
> > > > * Yaroslav Halchenko (firstname.lastname@example.org) [050801 12:20]:
> > > > > I'm not sure if any additional AMs are necessary -- there is a
> > > > > sufficient quantity of them to cover all current DD applicants...
> > > > We would need more good AMs, we have too few.
> > > What are the requirements to become a AM?
> > Be a debian developer, know about Debian more than the average, have
> > experience with QA or so (because you need to check a lot with other
> > people's packages) and a known good record, have time to burn, contact
> > front desk.
> And to be dd at least 6 months afaik.
On the very day I got my account, Frontdesk asked me in IRC whether I
want to become AM. That speaks against that theory. :)
But people going to become AM should have a broader experience in Debian
than just maintaining one package. There are multiple ways to get that,
and of course, being in the game a bit longer helps there.