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Re: Trouble becoming a member

On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 05:29:02PM +0200, Arvid Warnecke wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 09:58:29AM -0500, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > > Who told you that it was ok to use a scanned ID?  Scanned IDs should only
> > > > be used in EXTREME cases: e.g., you live on the wrong end of a continent,
> > > > or you cannot travel freely across national borders to meet developers.
> > > > Even if there are no other developers in your town, there are enough
> > > > German developers that it should be possible for you to find someone
> > > > willing to meet with you if you try.
> > > My advocate told me that this would be possible. So, I have to drive
> > > lots of kilometres to get my key signed? What is so bad about a signed
> > > and scanned ID?
> > Is driving some kilometers really too much to ask of someone we will be
> > trusting with root access to the machines of every Debian user?  Believe
> > me, compared to a pleasant road trip, there will be times as a developer
> > when you feel you have wasted much more for much less gain. :)

> Nah, but right now it isn't that easy coz I don't have a car at the
> moment and there is no station in this damn city.
> So, I could contact the guy next to me again. That would solve one
> problem. But what about the AM not responding to my email anymore?

If your AM does not respond to your emails, I believe the next step is to
contact the NM Front Desk <new-maintainer@debian.org>.  Be aware that
having the Front Desk unassign you from your current AM will mean more
waiting, since there are more applicants than there are AMs to handle
them; so if you can get your existing AM to come out of his hole, this is
probably the best for you.

Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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