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Re: DM application of Stephen Kitt

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 04:07:31PM +1100, Anibal Monsalve Salazar wrote:
>On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 10:32:39PM +0100, Piotr O??arowski wrote:
>>[Stephen Kitt]
>>>This is my declaration of intent to become a Debian Maintainer
>>I support Stephen's application (I'm sponsoring mednafen and stella)
>Please give us more details in your advocacy.
>At http://wiki.debian.org/DebianMaintainer, it reads:
>  Advocating a Debian Maintainer
>  A Debian Developer should only advocate a Debian Maintainer candidate
>  if they are familiar with the candidate's existing work in Debian and
>  believe it to be of a suitable standard both technically and socially.
>  Debian Developers advocating Debian Maintainer candidates (or
>  potential Debian Developers for that matter) must go into a bit more
>  detail in their advocacy.
>  If the Debian Maintainer candidate has done "a great job", please
>  explain what "a great job" means -- is there something special the
>  candidate has done, or is it that whatever the candidate is working on
>  is particularly important, or is the candidate remarkably consistent,
>  or what?
>  What has the candidate actually done that has earned your trust? What
>  makes the candidate special compared to the other folks who are
>  helping Debian? What in particular about the candidate's work should
>  people lurking on the Debian lists be trying to emulate if they want
>  to be a Debian Maintainer or a Debian Developer?
>  For example, if the Debian Maintainer candidate has good packaging
>  skills, go into a bit more detail about what's convinced you the
>  candidate has got those skills? Are there any difficult bugs you've
>  worked together on, or new features the candidate has done a good job
>  of getting into Debian, or has the candidate been particularly helpful
>  supporting users, or...? 


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