Summary: Accept Name: Dennis Stampfer E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Debian Account: seppy Forward Mail To: email@example.com Identification -------------- Key signed by existing developer: Michael Fedrowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> pub 1024D/EFAA3331 2002-07-25 Dennis Stampfer (seppy) <email@example.com> Key fingerprint = BEC9 A372 3351 A895 1C97 42A4 CBFB FB57 EFAA 3331 sig!3 04604EB8 2002-09-05 Michael Fedrowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> sig!3 EFAA3331 2002-07-25 Dennis Stampfer (seppy) <email@example.com> uid Dennis Stampfer (seppy) <firstname.lastname@example.org> sig!3 04604EB8 2002-09-05 Michael Fedrowitz <email@example.com> sig!3 EFAA3331 2002-07-25 Dennis Stampfer (seppy) <firstname.lastname@example.org> sub 1024g/124CCD4B 2002-07-25 sig! EFAA3331 2002-07-25 Dennis Stampfer (seppy) <email@example.com> Passed. Background ---------- Dennis wrote the following about himself: > Personally: I live with my parents and my brother in southern > Germany, Heidenheim (close to Ulm which is close to Stuttgart). > I am an 18-year-old pupil going to a Technical Gymnasium which has > its emphasis on information technology. > > My first contact with Linux was about 2.5 years ago with Caldera > Open Linux. I had not much experience in programming and using > non-Graphic/mouse systems/programs. Later, I dropped Linux (Caldera) > because it was useless and uninteresting: I could not get Internet > to work, no printer, ... > > Some time later, a friend of mine bought a Debian CD bundle with > a book, and during the next holidays I tried it out and found it > very attractive. Cheap, good, fast, excellent update-mechanism and > it did what I wanted (I am not a Gamer). > > Why I want to become a DD? I think Open Source is Great! Programming > and Software is fun! I started small projects, but nobody was > interested in them (neither using nor helping to develop). So I > looked around for Projects I could work on. I found nothing. I think > I can do projects for myself and never use them or I can work on an > excellent OS to become better (and if somebody uses it, my work is > not useless). In Debian I see a well structured organisation and > infrastructure where help is needed. Philosophy and Procedures ------------------------- Was able to adequately summarise the intent of the Social Contract and DFSG in his own words. Answered a series of questions on Policy, Procedure and the BTS in a satisfactory way. He agreed to abide by the DMUP. He agreed to abide the Social Contract. He agreed to uphold the DFSG. Passed. Tasks and Skills ---------------- He has taken over two packages, robodoc and timeoutd. Both have been sponsored and uploaded into unstable. Both packages required updating to the latest standards version, I asked him what the changes were and he was successfully able to identify them and fixed the packages accordingly. He also closed a couple of missing-man-page bugs, corrected an init.d script to match policy and cleaned up the rules files considerably. Both packages are lintian-clean. He's made a number of bug reports for other packages, many of which had patches that fixed the problem included. Some good examples are: 159080, 157787, 122755 and 152492. He's also been helping with translating manpages into German for the manpages-de Project. Passed. Scott -- Scott James Remnant Have you ever, ever felt like this? Had strange http://netsplit.com/ things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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