Front Desk or DAM approval
This page lists the approval statements for
Bernelle Verster <email@example.com>
to become Debian Developer, non-uploading. Only statements from
FrontDesk and Debian Account Managers are valid for this requirement to be
satisfied. Usually, this requirement is completed last, after the rest of the
process is done.
This process being for Bernelle Verster <firstname.lastname@example.org> to become a Debian Developer, if the
approval is made by a FrontDesk Member it won't become effective immediately.
A grace period of 7 days will be observed before the process going further (RT
ticket submission for the keyring changes and account creation).
requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <email@example.com>
1 year, 2 months ago.
process has been closed by noodles on
2022-12-22: no further modifications are possible.
Please make Bernelle Verster (currently a Debian Developer, emeritus) a
Debian Developer, non-uploading (advocated by ).
Key E2E81390289F2C8FA7E9ED3F59E6FCB346D609D5 should be moved from the
'Debian Developer, emeritus' to the 'Debian Developer, non-uploading'
Note that Bernelle Verster already has an account in LDAP.
Key fingerprint: E2E81390289F2C8FA7E9ED3F59E6FCB346D609D5
First name: Bernelle
Middle name: -
Last name: Verster
Current status: Debian Developer, emeritus
Target keyring: Debian Developer, non-uploading
Forward email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bernelle Verster has accepted the DMUP in a signed statement.
Details from indiebio:
For nm.debian.org, at 2022-10-08:
I would like to apply to change my status in Debian to Debian
I have been asked and accepted to stay on the DebConf Committee, and
thus will need to change from emeritus to active status.
Over the past two years I have improved my general computer
understanding skills. I have taken time out for my personal
wellbeing and made significant changes to my life, freeing up
headspace for projects I consider important to me. I have started
a project that I feel is directly relevant to, and can contribute
directly to Debian.
Further, I intend to work with the Debian Design team to make a
new user process similar to the new maintainer process, that guides
complete newbies (like me a short while ago) through what Debian,
and FOSS generally, means.
Santiago Ruano Rincón (as Front Desk pp. DAM)
Signed with key A2FD 948D 3153 DC84 1A3E 6C89 22AF D1C0 DAC8 BC06
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