Thanks for your reply !
After sending the _DD, uploading_ apply I realized the best way to start would be via DM first, so I applied there too. Should I cancel this form or just leave it there?
About docker.io, I really appreciate your comments.
I tried to reach the package maintainers previously on a thread  but had no answer, but I'll retry :) It'd be great to join their work.
On 02/04/18 14:31, Gunnar Wolf wrote:
Iñaki Martin Malerba dijo [Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 06:13:16PM -0000]:I would like to apply to change my status in Debian to Debian Developer, uploading. I have worked on doit (salsa.debian.org/debian/doit) for a while and I would like to collaborate in a more formal way. If this happens, I'd like to mantain docker.io package which has not been updated for almost a year.Hello, FWIW, I see your contributions to this project are basically over the past five weeks. https://salsa.debian.org/ina-guest It also springs to my attention that you want to maintain Docker.io; I agree the package looks like it could use some love, but it somehow feels you haven't yet got the grip of how current-day Debian collaboration works - There is a Docker packaging team you could join. Docker.io was last updated on on October (so, half a year ago). Have you considered joining the Docker-maint team? Note that I *completely* agree with your assessment that it needs love - But your statement suggests a "hostile takeover". Please start by getting in touch with the maintainer / uploaders, mentioned in the package's tracker: https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/docker.io Docker-maint has a mailing list, which until now had half-decent movement: https://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/docker-maint/ But sadly, as it was hosted in Alioth, the last announcement (sent today) is basically closing it down: https://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/docker-maint/Week-of-Mon-20180402/000832.html So, a good way for you to build more Debian skills is to join forces with the team and find Docker.io some new loving in Salsa, fixing some of its most salient bugs (it has 5 RCs), and... That would be great to show on your DD application! ;-)
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