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AM report for Stuart Anderson

1. Identification & Background

pub   1024D/37A79149 2002-09-04
      Key fingerprint = 0791 D3B8 9A4C 2CDC A31F  BD03 0A62 E534 37A7 9149
uid                  Stuart R. Anderson <anderson@netsweng.com>
sig!         F2CF01A8 2002-09-05  Bdale Garbee <bdale@gag.com>
sig!         0A0AC927 2003-07-27  LaMont Jones <lamont@ubuntu.com>
sig!         BFB880A3 2003-07-31  Warren A. Layton (Debian) <zeevon@debian.org>
sig!         096C4DD3 2004-11-09  Keith Packard <keithp@keithp.com>
sig!         6ADBB200 2005-07-21  Michel Daenzer <michel@daenzer.net>
sig!3        68FD549F 2002-10-22  Martin Michlmayr <tbm@cyrius.com>
sub   1024g/8D901E82 2002-09-04
sig!         37A79149 2002-09-04  Stuart R. Anderson <anderson@netsweng.com>

"I've been working on the X Window Systems since the late '80s,
including being a part of the X Consortium and XFree86, and now the
X.Org foundation.  I guess my path to Linux finally happened as a
result of working for Metro Link, Inc, which was providing a Motif
port and an X server for Linux (our X server was bundled in an early
release of Red Hat). I ended up on Debian becasue it's packaging
system was mature and worked very much like the one we had developed
for NCR's Enterprise oriented SVR4-MP/RAS.

Back in 1998, I made the mistake of saying "I know how to fix that" in
front of a room full of people at Linux Expo. The result is that I am
one of the founders of the Linux Standard Base project, and worked on
that for 7 years achieving it's recent adoption as an ISO standard."

A short biography can be found at

2. Philosophy and Procedures

Stuart understands Debian's philosophy and procedures.  He agrees with
the Social Contact and the DMUP, has answered questions relating to
philosophy, procedures and tasks/skills.

3. Tasks and Skills

Stuart maintains a number of LSB related packages (lsb-appchk2,
lsb-appchk3, lsb-build-base2, lsb-build-base3, lsb-build-cc2,
lsb-build-cc3, and lsb-pkgchk3).  He's also the maintainer of ming
(tools to generate SWF (Flash) Files) and has adopted pornview.
He's also interested in working on better integration of packages
for hosting services.

4. Recommendation

I recommend to accept Stuart as a Debian Developer.
Martin Michlmayr

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