Application Manager report
For Scott Talbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> to become DD, upl., an Application Manager has a look at all the information collected on this site, has a look to past contributions, asks a few questions if needed, and tries to build some trust that Scott Talbert should indeed be Debian Developer, uploading.
The applicant will be notified once an Application Manager is assigned who will contact them.
This requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <email@example.com> 1 month, 3 weeks ago.
This process has been closed by noodles on 2020-02-17: no further modifications are possible.
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For nm.debian.org, at 2020-02-01: After looking at Scott Talbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>'s contributions and after exchanging some emails to get to know him a bit better, I agree with the advocates that Scott can and should indeed be a Debian Developer, uploading right now. Scott Talbert's bio: ==================== I first started to use GNU/Linux in around 1994 when I was in high school as my high school had setup an email server, which I helped to run. If I recall correctly, my first distribution was Slackware (with the installation from 50 floppy disks :)). I have been running my own email/web server continuously since 1997. Around 2007, I started using Linux as the primary OS on my desktop machines. I initially got involved with Debian packaging around 2014. I started contributing to an open source project that develops software to program Logitech Harmony Remote Controls under Linux. Initially, the software was out of date in Debian and acquired initial dependencies, so I started contributing to update that packaging, add dependencies, etc. Slowly I've picked up maintenance for additional packages in related areas and I now maintain about a dozen packages. My interest is primarily in Python packages, and I'm looking to expand my involvement in Debian by helping with the Python 3 conversion effort. I've already been working on a few additional Python packages under the Python Modules Team (DPMT).Signed with key A2FD 948D 3153 DC84 1A3E 6C89 22AF D1C0 DAC8 BC06
|2020-02-01 16:email@example.com||req_approve||New statement received, the requirement seems satisfied||yes|
|2020-02-01 16:42||santiago||add_statement||Added a new statement||yes|
|2019-12-30 12:43||mattia||assign_am||Assigned AM santiago||yes|