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AM report for Jose M. Moya

Report for new developer applicant Jose M. Moya <josem@die.upm.es>:

1. Identification & Background

   Check with Keyid 0x2809E61A:

   ID Check passed, Key signed from 1 existing DD, Roberto 
   Lumbreras (rover).

   Output from keycheck.sh 0x2809E61A

pub  1024D/2809E61A 2001-12-26 Jose M. Moya <josem@die.upm.es>
     Key fingerprint = B564 4BBB 9741 9F11 A461  719D 39A2 37CB 2809 E61A
sig!3       2809E61A 2001-12-26   Jose M. Moya <josem@die.upm.es>
sig!3       2809E61A 2001-12-26   Jose M. Moya <josem@die.upm.es>
sig!        F5C9708D 2002-04-25   Roberto Lumbreras <rover@debian.org>

   Applicant writes about himself:

I work as a research assistant at the Technical University of Madrid,
where I am involved in several research and industrial projects based on
free software.  My main interests include embedded systems development,
and hardware-software codesign.  Of course, we use Debian on most of our
machines.  I also installed and partly maintain the firewall, mail
servers, spam filters, and DNS servers for the Department of Electronic
Engineering (all of them Debian-based machines).

What I intend to do for Debian is mainly (at least initially) package
management.  I intend to maintain some packages that are useful for us
and are probably useful for others.

As I get more confident with the Debian internals and procedures I would
also like to help in debugging and testing, and infraestructure tasks.

My first GNU/Linux system was a SLS distribution with Linux 0.99pl15
(1992? 1993?).  Then I discovered the GNU project and the GNU
Manifesto.  Since then, I am an energetic advocate of software freedom.

I have contributed to the GNU Hurd project (I worked for 3 months at
Cambridge under the supervision of RMS) and some minor patches to the
GNU libc.

For my PhD thesis I built a hardware-software compiler based on GCC.

2. Philosophy and Procedures
   Jose has a good understanding of Debians Philosophy and
   Procedures. He answered all my Questions about Social Contract,
   DFSG, BTS etc. in a very good way.

3. Tasks and Skills
   Jose is Maintainer of kmd and mathopd, both Packages in Debian (sponsored
   by Roberto Lumbreras).
   He also answered my other Questions regarding T&S without problems.

4. Recommendation
   I recommend to accept him as a Debian Developer.

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