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AM Report for Leo Costela

Report for new developer applicant Leo Costela<costelaaa@ig.com.br>.

My apologies to Leo for this inexcusable delay :(

1. Identification & Background

   Check with Keyid 0x7ADF9466

   ID Check passed, Key signed by existing DD, Eduardo Marcel Macan

   Output from gpg --check-sigs 0x7ADF9466

pub  1024D/7ADF9466 2001-12-20 Leo Costela <costela@pop.com.br>
sig!3       7ADF9466 2002-09-17   Leo Costela <costela@pop.com.br>
uid                            Leo Costela <costelaaa@ig.com.br>
sig!3       7ADF9466 2001-12-20   Leo Costela <costela@pop.com.br>
sig!        EB9CDAD5 2002-04-12   Eduardo Marcel Macan <macan@debian.org>
uid                            Leo Costela <leo@wallsplash.net>
sig!3       7ADF9466 2002-03-21   Leo Costela <costela@pop.com.br>
sig!        EB9CDAD5 2002-04-12   Eduardo Marcel Macan <macan@debian.org>
sub  1024g/3753AE56 2001-12-20
sig!        7ADF9466 2001-12-20   Leo Costela <costela@pop.com.br>

   Applicant writes:

> My story with linux goes back till Red Hat 5.1, 4 to 5 year ago I
> believe, it was my first dist and I didn't learn much from my first
> encounter... some weeks later I got Slack 3.6 and felt much more at
> home, learned a lot from the inner workings of linux, installed X for my
> first time, had the first real problems with linux and solved them until
> I felt Slack was holding me back from a lot of the details. So I got
> Debian right after I joined a web company that was working with Zope.
> Needless to say Debian is what I was looking for and I finally felt
> confident to compile my own kernels and abandon Win32 for real.
> So after all this I thought I might be a more productive part of this
> community if a contribute somehow and being an active part of Debian was
> the logical next step.

2. Philosophy and Procedures
   Leo has a good understanding of Debians Philosophy and
   Procedures. He answered most of my Questions about Social Contract,
   DFSG, BTS etc. in a good way. Some problematic answers were quickly
   answered correctly by Leo after some clarification.

3. Tasks and Skills
   Leo maintains libicq2000 and ickle, an ICQ client based on that
   library. The packages were mostly well packaged, except for a
   build-depends problem and some nits he fixed very quickly.
   He also answered my other questions regarding T&S without major
   problems. Again, after some clarification, he got the few rough edges

4. Recommendation
   I recommend to accept him as a Debian Developer.
   Account: costela 
   Forward-Email: leo@wallsplash.net

Jordi Mallach Pérez  --  Debian developer     http://www.debian.org/
jordi@sindominio.net     jordi@debian.org     http://www.sindominio.net/
GnuPG public key information available at http://oskuro.net/~jordi/

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