Front Desk or DAM approval
This page lists the approval statements for
HAYASHI Kentaro <email@example.com>
to become Debian Developer, 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 HAYASHI Kentaro <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>
3 months, 4 weeks ago.
process has been closed by noodles on
2020-09-24: no further modifications are possible.
Please make HAYASHI Kentaro (currently a Debian Maintainer, with guest
account) a Debian Developer, uploading (advocated by dai, knok).
Key D92025640886D27D14A9EE02D22C1A883455D448 should be moved from the
'Debian Maintainer, with guest account' to the 'Debian Developer,
Note that HAYASHI Kentaro already has an account in LDAP.
Key fingerprint: D92025640886D27D14A9EE02D22C1A883455D448
First name: HAYASHI
Middle name: -
Last name: Kentaro
Current status: Debian Maintainer, with guest account
Target keyring: Debian Developer, uploading
Forward email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HAYASHI Kentaro has accepted the DMUP in a signed statement.
Details from kenhys:
For nm.debian.org, at 2020-05-17:
I would like to apply to change my status in Debian to Debian Developer,
I'm a user of Debian/Ubuntu since 2012.
and I maintain some packages on Debian. 
I become Debian Maintainer since August, 2018. 
I worked on keeping the package in good shape, and
fixed bugs, sent ITP/RFS for introducing new packages.
I also helped for packaging linux sound subsystem
maintainer who want to make available libhinawa/hinawa-utils on Debian.
As a DM role, I become to feel that it is important to
cooperative work to maintain package quality.
(not only fixing bugs on Debian, but also feedback to upstream)
It may be OK to stay as a DM, but becoming a DD is a efficiant
way to fix some architecture specific bugs by using porterbox,
or to upload packages without bothering other DDs for sponsorship.
I would like to more get involved debian community,
especially exploring to improve find/fix bug mechanism as a daily task
So, I want to become DD.
Joerg Jaspert (as DAM)
Signed with key FBFA BDB5 41B5 DC95 5BD9 BA6E DB16 CF5B B125 25C4
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