* Raphael Hertzog <email@example.com> [2006-03-06 14:42:54]: > those questions are for Andreas only: twice in your platform you say > "I can work full-time as DPL". > > Why can you make that claim ? > > If you any have any special arrangements to have free time for Debian, is that > conditioned to your election or will you benefit from those even if you're > not elected ? last year i explained this further: "Presently I am paid to work on Debian-Edu. I would continue to enjoy the support of my employer, if elected, as he believes the role of DPL is crucial to Debian - this would also allow me to work on DPL issues during work hours." This remains true, except that during the last year I did only little technical work on Debian-Edu but moved more and more to full time DPLish tasks like coordination and organisation. Currently I work on raising funds for the Foundation behind Debian-Edu, so that they can keep employing me and others. The good people of the Foundation think that my work as a DPL would benefit Debian considerably and indirectly further Debian-Edu, since it would have a better base to build on.
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