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AM report for Bradley Alexander

Summary for Bradley Alexander <storm@tux.org>


Brad's key is signed by Debian developer Brian Almeida.

pub  1024D/54434E65 1999-02-26 Bradley Alexander (Personal GPG 0.9.2 DSA/ElG 19990225) <storm@tux.org>
sig        A10D918C 2000-01-06  Brian M. Almeida <bma@debian.org>

Philosophy & Procedures

Bradley agrees with the DFSG and the SC.  He explained why TeX was in
main, told me about the difference between main, contrib and non-free
and free speech vs free beer.  He also knows the the Debian procedures
(NMUs, BTS).

Tasks & Skills

Brad prepared a package of 'scandetd' ('Portscan detector for Linux').
The package looked good to me.  The missing man page was listed in
debian/undocumented and the package didn't have any lintian warnings
or errors.  Brad works at the same company as Ben Collins and as
Brad says, 'Ben actually helped me make sense (more or less) of the
packaging procedure.'  Brad is certainly competent enough to become
a developer himself, but if he should have questions, he has a great


I recommend that Brad be accepted as a Debian maintainer.

Martin Michlmayr

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