DAM rejection etc.
Information transparency always reduces stress for people :)
In order to inform people better, should not the following information
on the previous thread linked from the Step 5: Evaluation and Check-in
in the following maner?
When the Developer Accounts Managers are satisfied with the complete
application, they will create the necessary accounts for the applicant
and subscribe the applicant to the essential mailing lists.
For Rejection and Reapplying at the DAM process, see
Something like this will help, I think. What do others think of this.
On Tue, Dec 24, 2002 at 09:56:23AM +0200, Eray Ozkural wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 December 2002 04:35 pm, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> > See: http://lists.debian.org/debian-newmaint-discuss/2001/debian-newmaint-discuss-200104/msg00041.html
> > (I'm talking about the "Rejections" portion of that message, not the
> > "Reprocessing" one.)
> >From the largely "constitutional" message authored by none other than James
> "For the benefit of the applicant more than anything else, I don't
> intend to post details publicly of either form of rejection. I'm
> unlikely to get involved in a public dispute, regardless, but the only
> way it'll happen at all is if the applicant initiates it."
> Here I "initiate" such a public dispute. Please reply the three questions I
> have stated in the previous e-mail. Please also post details publicly of my
> "soft rejection". I really do wonder, because in the private conversation we
> had on IRC you told me that it was that some other developers advised against
> my approval, and it had little to do with your opinion. I would like you to
> post all details, whatsoever, on this situation. I believe it is for the
> benefit of "this" applicant.
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