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AM report for Stefan Hornburg


Summary: I recommend that Stefan is accepted as a developer.

2. Identification

Stefan's key is signed by Dennis Schoen (dennis@d.o)

pub  1024D/9B726B71 2000-11-22 Stefan Hornburg (Racke) <racke@linuxia.de>
sig        9B726B71 2000-11-22  Stefan Hornburg (Racke) <racke@linuxia.de>
sig        DD1C62D6 2000-11-26  Dennis Schoen <dschoen@mini.gt.owl.de>
sub  1024g/01D15720 2000-11-22
sig        9B726B71 2000-11-22  Stefan Hornburg (Racke) <racke@linuxia.de>

3. Philosophy & Procedures

Stefan answered P&P questions correctly, which included DFSG and social
contract explanations; Tex, Pine and mpg123 licenses;
main/contrib/non-free and why non-free is in the archive; free
speech/beer; he knew what lintian is, how the BTS works (3 methods for
closing a bug), and what's a NMU and when they should be done.

He agrees to uphold to the Social Contract and DFSG and accepts the DMUP.

4. Task & Skills

Stefan is interested in packaging. He had three packages done: interchange,
safe-hole-perl and libapp-config-perl.

safe-hole was well packaged and minor tweaks were needed in appconfig to
make lintian quiet. Interchange is a complex package, and it had some
build problems on sid. As Racke didn't have a sid machine available, it was
a bit hard to fix the bug but he managed at last.
He spotted some clauses in Interchange license that conflicted with the GPL,
and these were fixed upstream. safe::hole was also relicensed at his
request. It had a vague license, and was changed to GPL this week.

Jordi Mallach Pérez || jordi@pusa.informat.uv.es || Rediscovering Freedom,
   aka Oskuro in    || jordi@sindominio.net      || Using Debian GNU/Linux
 Reinos de Leyenda  || jordi@debian.org          || http://debian.org

http://sindominio.net  GnuPG public information:      pub  1024D/917A225E 
telnet pusa.uv.es 23   73ED 4244 FD43 5886 20AC  2644 2584 94BA 917A 225E

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