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AM report for Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>

Report for new developer applicant Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>

1. Identification & Background
   Check with keyid 0xA9FD4821:
   ID check passed, key signed by 1 existing developer:

   Output from keycheck.sh:
Syncing Debian Keyrings with rsync from keyring.debian.org
Receiving and checking key
pub   1024D/A9FD4821 2007-08-06 [expires: 2010-08-06]
      Key fingerprint = 664E A5A5 23AF F245 748F  E199 2E93 54A1 A9FD 4821
uid                  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!         808D0FD0 2008-02-11  Don Armstrong <don@donarmstrong.com>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2007-08-06  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2007-09-21  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-03-06  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-03-09  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-09-24  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
uid                  Chris Taylor <vortex@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-03-06  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-03-09  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2007-09-21  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
uid       [ revoked] Chris Taylor <chris@inevitablesystems.com>
rev!         A9FD4821 2008-12-22  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-05-07  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
uid                  [jpeg image of size 1741]
sig!3        A9FD4821 2008-03-06  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sub   2048g/A96D74C1 2008-12-22 [expires: 2010-12-22]
sig!         A9FD4821 2008-12-22  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>
sub   4096g/060407DE 2007-08-06 [expired: 2008-08-05]
sig!         A9FD4821 2007-08-06  Chris Taylor <chris@code-monkeys.org>

Let's test if its a version 4 or greater key
Key is ok
Check for key expire stuff
Key has an expiration date of 2010-12-22

   Applicant writes:
	I started to use GNU/Linux, primarily Debian, in high school
about 6 or 7 years ago. I started using GNU/Linux because i liked the
freedom that it allowed, mainly in the way in which your system was
setup. I also really liked many of the ideas behind the F/OSS community.
I started contributing patches and bug reports to upstream projects and
to Debian about 3-4 years ago when I was a network security engineer in
the US Military. I am currently a full time student studying Computer
Science at Cal State University Northridge. I want to volunteer my time
because I believe in the need for F/OSS and because I use Debian on
every one of my machines, as well as have converted most of my family to
using Debian on their machines. I want to help keep Debian the great OS
that it is today.

	I have tested patches from Debian bug reports, as well as
provided further information for some. I have packaged several programs
for Debian and continue to maintain them, i also have several ITP's
currently open that i am simply waiting on my sponsor to take a look at.
I am primarily interested in packaging of security/networking utilities,
as well as games packaging. I don't really have any set goals at the
moment, but i would like to help with several groups including pkg-games
and XSF.

   Google says:
	[lots of Debian bits]

2. Account Data
   Account: ctaylor
   Forward-Email: chris@code-monkeys.org

3. Philosophy and Procedures
   Chris has a good understanding of Debian's philosophy and procedures
and answered all my questions about the social contract, DFSG, BTS, etc.
well. He committed to uphold the SC and DFSG in his Debian work and
accepts the DMUP.

4. Tasks and Skills
   Chris has a good understanding of the technical side of Debian.  He is
   maintainer of audiopreview, audtty, daemonlogger, nuttcp, pgdbf and scrub.
   All his packages are in good shape.
   He also answered my questions regarding T&S without problems and
   provided patches for RC bugs.

5. Recommendation
   I recommend we accept Chris Taylor as a Debian Developer.


... "Haven't you ever seen a dragon being arrested before?" - Capt Vimes

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