Report for new developer applicant Nicolas Duboc <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Summary: Accept 1. Identification & Background ------------------------------ Check with key ID F801A743: ID Check passed, Key signed by existing DD Roland Mas <email@example.com>. Output from keycheck.sh F801A743: gpg: key F801A743: "Nicolas Duboc <firstname.lastname@example.org>" 1 new signature gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg: new signatures: 1 pub 1024D/F801A743 2002-10-01 Nicolas Duboc <email@example.com> Key fingerprint = C0D3 F2F0 0CAC 142A 4623 9110 1009 52B5 F801 A743 sig! 144843F5 2003-04-10 Roland Mas <firstname.lastname@example.org> sig!3 F801A743 2002-10-01 Nicolas Duboc <email@example.com> sig!3 F801A743 2003-04-11 Nicolas Duboc <firstname.lastname@example.org> sub 1024g/B8213C2B 2002-10-01 [expires: 2003-10-01] sig! F801A743 2002-10-01 Nicolas Duboc <email@example.com> Applicant writes: Who am I ? Well, I'm currently a computer science engineer, working in Sophia-Antipolis (on the French Riviera). I installed my first GNU/Linux system (a Slaskware) in 1998 from a demo-cdrom bundled with a magazine. I have been using GNU/Linux as my main system since then. Debian is surely the distribution that fits best my way of using and feeling an OS. Having used Debian for four years, I had always known that, one day, I would participate in the Debian project. When the zile package was orphaned, I decided to adopt this software I use every day. [...] After a so long time using free software, I fully understand the reasons and the advantages of the Social Contract. I totally approve this contract since this is already the way I think. I have decided to contribute to the Debian project firstly because I want to improve software I use (yes, I know this is egoistic, but it is true not only for me ;-) and to give back to a community which has given to me a lot (I have learned most of what I know about computers from free software). A google search shows his personal homepage at http://www.duboc.net/nicolas which includes page for his Debian work. 2. Philosophy and Procedures ----------------------------- Nicolas has an adequate understanding of Debian's philosophy and procedures. He did a very nice job providing answers to all my questions about the Social Contract, DFSG, BTS, and other Debianisms. 3. Tasks and Skills ------------------- Nicolas is the maintainer of zile (sponsored by Falk Hueffner <firstname.lastname@example.org>) and lib-dom-java. He also answered my other questions regarding T&S without problems. 4. Recommendation ----------------- I recommend Nicolas as a Debian developer. Account: nduboc Forward-Email: email@example.com -- Don't worry, it's *in*-flammable.
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