Declaration of intent
The most important requirement for changing status in
Debian is to make sure that a person actually intends to.
This requirement looks ready for approval, but has not been approved yet.
process has been closed by email@example.com on
2016-07-12: no further modifications are possible.
For nm.debian.org, at 2016-07-11:
I have developped an Xbox fatx filesystem support for linux and I want to
contribute to Debian project and make this package available to comunity.
More about this here:
Being a debian developper would allow me for instance to sign fatx
package with a key in the debian developper keyring, and also allows me
to request access to debian build machines.
If you want to know more about this, just ask.
Signed with key F6D8 9A75 184A 9204 FC8B 4ED8 EAC5 DEED FF7A BCB9
||Hi, I'm afraid you did not fully understand the meaning of the documentation.
You can already maintain your package, just by seeking for sponsors e.g. by opening an RFS bug or getting in touch on debian-mentors mail list (or irc channel on OFTC).
Being a DD is what allows you to directly upload on the Debian archive, but this can be done *after* you already showed your packaging skills, did some (lot) of work for the Debian project, and somebody (another DD) has enough confidence in your work to Advocate you.
The first step is: start maintain your package with a sponsor, apply for DM and get uploads packages for it, and then start contributing more around the project.
Right now, I'm afraid, DD is not the correct status (maybe Debian Contributor) might be more appropriate.
Good luck in doing some Debian work, and seeking for a Sponsor!
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