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Re: Bits from the DAMs

* Jérôme Marant (jmarant@free.fr) [050212 13:25]:
> Joerg Jaspert <joerg@debian.org> writes:

> > - Also not accepted are people without traceable actions for
> >   Debian. Examples of this include
> >    - having only one package in the archive, with only one upload,
> >    - packages with dead upstream and no visible changes in Debian either,
> >    - a poor or non-existent handling of their bugs for the package(s).
> What about translators? Isn't it time to give them a real status?
> They definitely aren't second-class contributors.

Looking at Frans, this seems to work. My experience (also as AM) is that
people who join Debian with another core task than maintaining packages
are usually able to maintain packages better and faster than some
maintain-only people (this goes e.g. for Thiemo).

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