This page collects statements of advocacy for Benjamin Kaduk <email@example.com> to become Debian Developer, uploading.
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This requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <firstname.lastname@example.org> 3 years, 4 months ago.
This process has been closed by mattia on 2020-01-04: no further modifications are possible.
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For nm.debian.org at 2016-09-11: I support Benjamin Kaduk <email@example.com>'s request to become Debian Developer, uploading. Ben has been working on the OpenAFS and Kerberos packages in Debian for some time and has stepped up to do more of the OpenAFS packaging work when I stepped down. I know from personal experience that he does high-quality packaging work and understands Debian's policies and processes. I fully support giving him full upload rights to Debian.Signed with key E784 364E 8DDE 7BB3 70FB D9EA D15D 3138 8200 4173
For nm.debian.org, at 2016-09-09: I support Benjamin Kaduk <firstname.lastname@example.org>'s request to become Debian Developer, uploading. I have worked with Benjamin Kaduk on various Debian-related projects such as Debathena  and other open source work such as OpenAFS, most recently intersecting on the openafs backports package to Debian. His work is high quality and in compliance with the Debian Policy. I have personally worked with Benjamin Kaduk <email@example.com> (key D96195E04D8045FF4160FD1728D9A6F364EB7512) for the past 4 years, and I know Benjamin Kaduk can be trusted to be a full member of Debian, and have unsupervised, unrestricted upload rights, right now. Sincerely, - -Alex  https://debathena.mit.edu/Signed with key 3224 C446 9D7D F8F3 D6F4 1A02 BBC7 56DD BE59 5F6B
I support Benjamin Kaduk <firstname.lastname@example.org>'s request to become Debian Developer, uploading. I have worked with Ben both in his role as a co-maintainer of the krb5 package and in his role as an upstream developer for krb5. I have watched his work on the openafs package and am familiar with his upstream work there. I have watched him interact with the security and release teams, and work with users in our bug tracking system. I've worked with Ben on licensing issues and complex packaging problems. He demonstrated an understanding of our social contract, our approach to free software, policy and our approach to packaging. I believe he has the necessary skills to have full, unsupervised access to the archive. He's been responsible for handling upgrades to new upstream releases for krb5 and openafs. He's worked to resolve portability bugs with these packages. He's followed evolving standards such as our move to systemd. I believe he will be a great member of the project.Signed with key 332D 4CE3 A2FA E543 9B7E 25B2 2836 81BA 6FE7 F41D
|2016-09-11 19:email@example.com||req_approve||New statement received, the requirement seems satisfied||yes|
|2016-09-11 19:20||rra||add_statement||Added a signed statement||yes|
|2016-09-09 18:firstname.lastname@example.org||req_approve||New statement received, the requirement seems satisfied||yes|
|2016-09-09 18:19||achernya||add_statement||Added a signed statement||yes|
|2016-09-07 20:email@example.com||req_approve||New statement received, the requirement seems satisfied||yes|
|2016-09-07 20:28||hartmans||add_statement||Added a signed statement||yes|