Front Desk or DAM approval
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Francis Murtagh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
to become Debian Maintainer. 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.
requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <email@example.com>
2 weeks, 2 days ago.
process has been closed by noodles on
2020-11-20: no further modifications are possible.
Please make Francis Murtagh (currently a Debian Contributor) a Debian
Maintainer (advocated by wookey).
Key 563E5D5FF3F93017FB3DE27D4C99693A5941C02F should be added to the 'Debian
Key fingerprint: 563E5D5FF3F93017FB3DE27D4C99693A5941C02F
First name: Francis
Middle name: -
Last name: Murtagh
Current status: Debian Contributor
Target keyring: Debian Maintainer
Forward email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Francis Murtagh has accepted the DMUP in a signed statement.
Details from francismurtagh:
For nm.debian.org, at 2020-11-16:
Im Francis Murtagh from Ireland, currently working as a software engineer
for Arm on their open source C++ Neural Network Inference engine ArmNN
\(https://github.com/ARM-software/armnn\) in our Galway office.
I was tasked with packaging our tool as currently it has a very complex
set of build steps with numerous dependencies that can often take a team
of engineers a few days to work out. I planned on using Ubuntus launchpad
but after reaching out to Wookey (email@example.com) I was quickly
converted to the Debian project.
Through trials and tribulations I eventually managed to package our tool
using Sbuild in a clean chroot after multiple maintainer patches while
depending on another one of our teams packages in Wookeys private Repo
the arm-compute-library \(https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/arm-compute-
library\). I also split the package and built it for multiple
architectures requiring different configurations do to our software being
hardware dependent. It was then pushed to Salsa and is now in Unstable.$
Since then I have also added our PyArmNN module through which I
familiarised myself with the Debian Python Policy
My goal is to be able to independently maintain our armnn package
\(https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/armnn\) as Wookey already has a long
list, but once my confidence grows I would be interested in taking on
other ML related packages.
Pierre-Elliott Bécue (as Front Desk)
Signed with key 9AE0 4D98 6400 E3B6 7528 F493 0D44 2664 1949 74E2
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