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AM report for Roland Rutschmann

Report for new developer applicant Roland Rutschmann

1. Identification & Background

   Check with Keyid 0xEDD3D779

   ID Check passed, Key signed by at least one existing DD, Martin Schulze

   Output from 'gpg --check-sigs 0xEDD3D779':

   pub  1024D/EDD3D779 1999-01-08 Roland Marcus Rutschmann <rutschmann@gmx.net>
   sig!        BB1D9F6D 1999-04-08   ct magazine CERTIFICATE <pgpCA@ct.heise.de>
   sig!2       801EA932 2003-01-17   Martin Schulze <joey@ffis.de>
   sig!3       EDD3D779 1999-01-08   Roland Marcus Rutschmann <rutschmann@gmx.net>
   uid                            Roland Marcus Rutschmann <rutschmann@gmx.de>
   sig!2       801EA932 2003-01-17   Martin Schulze <joey@ffis.de>
   sig!3       EDD3D779 2003-01-07   Roland Marcus Rutschmann <rutschmann@gmx.net>
   uid                            "Roland Marcus Rutschmann" (official University E-Mail) <Roland.M.Rutschmann@uni-oldenburg.de>
   sig!2       801EA932 2003-01-17   Martin Schulze <joey@ffis.de>
   sig!3       EDD3D779 2003-01-07   Roland Marcus Rutschmann <rutschmann@gmx.net>
   sub  1024g/1969A354 1999-01-08
   sig!        EDD3D779 1999-01-08   Roland Marcus Rutschmann <rutschmann@gmx.net>

   Applicant writes:


   I started with SuSE about 1996/97 slowly switching over from OS2 with the use
   of XFreeOS/2. I thought about other Distributions at the time, never getting
   the time to deal with them. In between University jobs I applied at SuSE and
   got turned down, so I really took a look into debian ;-) (Maybe childish but
   it was the right move anyway). I am in charge of the Linux-computers here in
   our Institute. When a programm that I really needed was not available in
   debian, I started to debianize it. That was quite a while and some versions
   ago. It's now in testing.

   Other than that, I gave some helpful (and probably some stupid) bugreports. My
   University group will switch to the University of Regensburg, which has it's
   own debian based distribution. So I hope to be helpful there as well.


2. Philosophy and Procedures

   Roland demonstrated a good understanding of Debian's Philosophy and
   Procedures. He answered all my Questions about the Social Contract,
   the DFSG, the BTS etc. and had hardly any problems with that.

3. Tasks and Skills

   Roland is maintainer of xmedcon which is present in the Debian archive,
   sponsored by Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org>. When I checked the packages,
   I found some very very small glitches which he he fixed quickly.

   He also answered my questions regarding T&S without problems.

4. Recommendation

   I recommend to accept Roland Marcus Rutschmann as a Debian Developer.

   Preferred account name: rudi
   Address to forward E-Mails to: Roland.M.Rutschmann@uni-oldenburg.de

  .''`.   Martin Loschwitz           Debian GNU/Linux developer
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