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AM report on Juan Rafael Alvarez Correa

AM report on Juan Rafael Alvarez Correa


I recommend that Juan becomes a Debian developer.

Applicant info:

Name:	         Juan Rafael Alvarez Correa
Current email:   jalvarez@fluidsignal.com
Preferred email: jalvarez@debian.org

Juan wrote me:
 > ok..i have 19 years old, i work with GNU/Linux 4.5 years ago, i begin
 > with slackware and 6 months ago i begin with debian GNU/linux, i do this
 > because the free software model give me many oportunities and i like
 > to contribute with this model...i like freebsd and openbsd too, but
 > this are free software with a semi cathedral model...and i like the
 > bazar!!!!!
 > i study systems engineer or computer science in other countries...
 > i stay in 6th semester in university EAFIT (www.eafit.edu.co)
 > Two year ago i work in a company Ada Sistemas Computadores, as a Linux
 > System Administrator (Jan 2000 to Jun 2000), later i join a ISP company
 > named GeoNet (www.geo.net.co) and i work here for one year as a
 > Linux/OpenBSD System Administrator and Web developer in PHP and J2EE
 > technologies (Jul 2000 to May 2001) and now i establish a company
 > to support free software in the educational field.
 > I live in Envigado, near to Medellin, capital of Antioquia, Antioquia
 > its the best department of Colombia jejejej.
 > mmmmmm let me think what moment...ohhh i live with my mother and
 > brother my brother have 14 years old and i work with GNU/linux too..
 > i very interested in Hurd technologies as a thesis to finish my
 > systems engineer.


Juan provided me with the following gpg key:

Since there are no dd's in Colombia yet, Juan could not get his key
signed. Therefore, he sent me a scan of his Colombian ID card.  
Both Holman Romero <hromero@gnu.org> and Giovanni Gomez
<giovanni.gomez@sun.com> confirmed his identity.

Identification check passed.

Policy and procedures:
Juan has read and agrees to follow the Social Contract, the DFSG and the
DMUP. I asked him some question about those documents. His answers show
that he knows what they are about. 
I also asked some questions about debian procedures. Also here his
answers were ok.

Policy and procedures check passed.

Tasks and Skills:
Gustavo Noronha Silva <kov@debian.org>, who advacated Juan, wrote

 > Juan's first packages, sponsored by me, were perfect, I couldn't find
 > an error. Although they're little packages, one of them is a bit
 > complex because it builds two binary packages from one source
 > package.  Even that package had no errors and worked just fine.

 > He seems to have really read all documentation before asking for
 > sponsoring, debhelper's manpages and such.

 > Also, he is very active in the free software movement. He took part
 > on some events on Colombia and is very interested in helping Debian.

Juan has already three packages in the archive:
 - prips: a tool to print all of the IP address on a given range
 - gipsc: IP Subnet Calculator for X
 - ipsc: IP Subnet Calculator for console

Tasks and skills check passed.

Kind regards,
| Bas Zoetekouw                  | Si l'on sait exactement ce   |
|--------------------------------| que l'on va faire, a quoi    |
| zoetekw@phys.uu.nl             | bon le faire?                |
|    bas@A-Es2.uu.nl             |               Pablo Picasso  |

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