Dear all, an earlier email of mine expressing my support for Johannes' application apparently had not made it to the list. I still believe that Johannes Ring has the technical skills needed to maintain Debian packages. I hence support his application to become a Debian maintainer, after a series of positive interactions with him as one of his sponsors. He knows what he is doing, is friendly and keeps his packages updated. Kind regards, Steffen Moeller > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > From: Johannes Ring <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Date: Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 2:32 PM > Subject: Debian Maintainer declaration for Johannes Ring > To: email@example.com > > > This is my declaration of intent to become a Debian Maintainer . > > I have read the Social Contract, Debian Free Software Guidelines and > Debian Machine Usage Policy and agree with all of them. > > Currently, I maintain the packages dolfin, ferari, ffc, fiat, instant, > syfi, ufc, ufl, and viper  within the Debian Scientific Computing > Project (pkg-scicomp) and the packages scitools (which I am also > upstream developer/maintainer) and swiginac within the Python Modules > Packaging Team. The packages ffc, syfi, and ufl was recently uploaded to > the NEW queue and is waiting for approval. I also co-maintain the > package slepc within the pkg-scicomp group. > > My GnuPG key 0x9F807F14 is signed by the Debian Developer Christophe > Prud'homme. > > I look forward to becoming a Debian Maintainer. > > Thanks for your attention, > > Johannes Ring > >  http://wiki.debian.org/Maintainers >  These packages are all from the FEniCS project (http://fenics.org) > which I am a part of.
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