Final report: Jonthan Hall
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NEW MAINTAINER REPORT
Applicant: Jonathan Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Application Manager: John Goerzen <email@example.com>
Step 2: Identification
Applicant's current GPG key is included in this tarball as key.gpg.
Jonathan's previous key, a PGP key, is included as key.pgp.old. His
current key has been signed by his previous key, and I have signed his
previous key. Therefore, using the web of trust, you may verify the
integrity of his GPG key.
The applicant's signed, scanned, photo ID is also included. As an
aside, as I have met the applicant personally, I certify that the
information presented there is correct.
Step 3: Policy and Procedures
The applicant has been using Debian systems for several years and has
already built some .debs. I have talked to the applicant both in
person and in IRC and these conversations have me convinced that he is
well-versed with Debian policy and procedures.
Step 4: Tasks and Skills
The applicant is interested in building packages initially. He has
already built a package of portslave, a RADIUS authenticator. I have
reviewed his package and find it to have been done in a competant and
Report.txt This file
account Information for requested debian.org account
irclog Log of an IRC conversation with this applicant
Messages from the applicant are flagged
"=Flimsy=" and messages from me are flagged
key.gpg Current key to add to Debian keyring
key.pgp.old Previous key to use for identity verification
as described above.
license.JPG Scanned photo ID
license.JPG.gpg Signed version
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John Goerzen <firstname.lastname@example.org> www.complete.org
Sr. Software Developer, Progeny Linux Systems, Inc. www.progenylinux.com
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