This page collects statements of advocacy for
Alkis Georgopoulos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
to become a Debian Maintainer.
You must be logged in to submit a statement of advocacy. See the
Single Sign-On page
for details and https://sso.debian.org/
to obtain a suitable client certificate.
for details about advocating someone to be a Debian Maintainer. You should be familiar with their
existing work within Debian and believe it to be of a sufficient standard that they can be
trusted with upload rights to the packages they maintain.
Please be verbose if you can. You may want to write the advocacy in a
proper text editor and paste it in the form when you are happy with it.
Note: An email with your advocacy message will be sent to the
public mailing list.
requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <email@example.com>
5 years, 7 months ago.
process has been closed by firstname.lastname@example.org on
2016-06-13: no further modifications are possible.
I'd like to advocate for Alkis Georgopoulos <email@example.com>
application for Debian Maintainer. Alkis is capable and trustworthy
enough to have upload rights to Debian.
When Alkis mentioned that he's interested in getting more involved in
Debian by becoming a Debian Maintainer, I was honestly pretty excited!
I've been working with Alkis for several years now on LTSP and
epoptes, and he's been an invaluable contributor and developer. While
Alkis has primarily worked with Ubuntu systems, he's often helped me
sort out issues with the Debian LTSP packages, and helped work to
reduce the diff between the Debian and Ubuntu LTSP packages.
Alkis has helped countless people troubleshoot issues with LTSP and
epoptes. Alkis is also a great bug reporter, describing a problem well
and thoroughly, and often provides patches.
Already, a few epoptes and LTSP uploads were largely prepared by
Alkis, and based on that work, I'd be happy granting Alkis upload
rights for those packages.
Signed with key F0AD A524 0891 8311 65DF 98EA 7CFC D8CD 2577 21E9
||New statement received, the requirement seems satisfied
||Added a signed statement