This page collects statements of advocacy for Nick Morrott <firstname.lastname@example.org> to become Debian Developer, uploading.
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Warning: upload rights have been requested, and Nick Morrott does not seem to be a DM. The general rule is that before applying as DD, you should have been a DM for about six months. You can still advocate Nick Morrott, just please take a moment to elaborate on this.
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This requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <email@example.com> 7 months, 1 week ago.
This process has been closed by noodles on 2019-08-26: no further modifications are possible.
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I support Nick Morrott <firstname.lastname@example.org>'s request to become Debian Developer, uploading. I have worked with Nick Morrott on some Perl package in the Perl group. Even though I did not do a lot of work with Nick Morrott <email@example.com> (key 22B3D97BE9E898C90FF6523B3E9B59AC6EC2D359), I saw that he had a good command of Debian packaging processes and I know Nick Morrott can be trusted to be a full member of Debian, and have unsupervised, unrestricted upload rights, right now.Signed with key 54E1 D219 982E 9675 58D5 7504 6ACE DAAE 40DD 2B46
[Advocacy statement for knowledgejunkie at nm.debian.org, 2019-03-11] On Mon, 11 Mar 2019 03:39:08 -0000, Nick Morrott wrote: > I would like to apply to change my status in Debian to Debian Developer, > uploading. Finally :) Nick Morrott <knowledgejunkie> has been a member of the Debian Perl Group since a couple of years, and I'm happy that he takes to step now to become a full Debian Member. I've offered to advocate him every now and then, so here we go: knowledgejunkie has seen and done everything that an uploading DD needs to know and do: packaging new software, updating to new upstream releases, handling bugs with users and upstream, creating and forwarding patches, polishing existing packages, taking over neglected packages consensually … It's been quite some time that he's an important member of the Perl group, just that someone (often me) had to do the upload itself after he prepared the new release in Git. knowledgejunkie is in my experience a team player, always friendly and considerate, asking for help and helping others, and contributing to the team atmosphere on IRC. knowledgejunkie is in d/control in 85 packages in the Perl team, and in 157 d/changelog files. Besides the team maintained packages I also sponsored xmltv several times. I'm looking forward to seeing knowledgejunkie being able to upload packages for himself and others! Summary: I have personally worked with Nick Morrott <firstname.lastname@example.org> (key 22B3D97BE9E898C90FF6523B3E9B59AC6EC2D359) for more than 3 years, and I know Nick Morrott can be trusted to be a full member of Debian, and have unsupervised, unrestricted upload rights, right now. Cheers, gregorSigned with key D1E1 316E 93A7 60A8 104D 85FA BB3A 6801 8649 AA06
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