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dm upload permissions


For your information, here are a few reports about DM upload permissions :

The reports are made using these information sources :
- the old DMUA=yes flags in the debian/control files
- the new DM upload permissions in http://ftp-master.debian.org/dm.txt
- the DM keyring
- carnivore database (e-mail addresses, key fingerprints, maintainer names)
- fields Maintainer and Uploaders in Sources files

The report dd-dm-package.txt is http://ftp-master.debian.org/dm.txt reformatted
by granting DD.  No old DMUA=yes permissions here.

The report dm-dd-package.txt gives an overview of all current DM upload
permissions, either via the old DMUA=yes flag or via the new DM upload
permissions.  According to the announcement
http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2012/09/msg00008.html the
remaining permissions "only via DMUA=yes" will be revoked on 24th of November

The report dm-without-packages.txt lists DMs in the DM keyring that are
currently not maintaining any package with DM upload permissions.

The report dmua-without-dm.txt lists over 1200 source packages having the old
DMUA=yes flag but without a DM in Maintainer or Uploaders.


Bart Martens

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