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Summary for Joachim Breitner <mail@joachim-breitner.de>
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In summary, Joachim writes:

I made contact with debian in April 2002. My hard drive crashed, and I
wanted to set up a system as fast as possible to do my e-mails. I had no
CD of any OS available in that moment (I was on a student exchange in
Washington State) and I heard about the good netinstall capabilites of
Deiban, so I downloaded a 30MB CD-Image and installed debian without
much care on my workstation, since I tought it was only a temporary
installation. But even then, debian was so amazingly stable and fit
perfectly my needs, it't the installation I still use, and at last
without the need for commercial software. Later I migrated my server to
debian and moved my brother to using debian. I also took over the by now
abandonned internet cafe in my school, installed debian and set it up
using thin diskless X-Clients. I also remotely installed debian on a
rented Server (puretec.de rootserver) for a gamesever, because I did not
want to use the preinstalled SuSE.

ID
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Joachim's key is well signed after Debconf3 in Oslo

pub  1024D/4743206C 2002-08-27 Joachim Breitner <mail@joachim-breitner.de>
sig!3       4743206C 2002-08-27   Joachim Breitner <mail@joachim-breitner.de>
sig!3       68FD549F 2003-07-19   Martin Michlmayr <tbm@cyrius.com>
sig!3       84AD676C 2003-07-22   Scott James Remnant <scott@netsplit.com>
sig!2       C99870B1 2003-07-23   Benjamin Hill (Mako) <mako@debian.org>
sig!2       144843F5 2003-07-24   Roland Mas <lolando@debian.org>
sig!3       20687895 2003-07-22   Daniel Silverstone <dsilvers@debian.org>

Those are a few of the many Debian signatures Joachim has on his key.

Philosophy and Procedures
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Joachim has answered many questions relating to policy, the BTS, NMUs,
the DFSG etc. He has demonstrated knowledge and use of the Debian list server.

Tasks and Skills
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Joachim packages gnometab (A tool for writing guitar music), his package
quality is high and he responds well to criticism and upstream changes. XXXXX sp
onsors gnometab and is also happy with Joachim's work

Joachim has also worked on the BTS to implement various new features.

Recommendation
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I therefore recommend that Joachim be made a Debian Maintainer.

Debian Login: nomeata
Forwarding Address: mail@joachim-breitner.de

-- 
Daniel Silverstone                               http://www.digital-scurf.org/
Hostmaster, Webmaster, and Chief Code Wibbler          Digital-Scurf Unlimited
GPG Public key available from keyring.debian.org               KeyId: 20687895
You have a truly strong individuality.

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