Front Desk or DAM approval
This page lists the approval statements for
Christian Ehrhardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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 Christian Ehrhardt <email@example.com> 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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
1 week, 2 days ago.
process has been approved by peb on
2021-05-03: no further modifications are possible.
Please make Christian Ehrhardt (currently a Debian Maintainer) a Debian
Developer, uploading (advocated by bluca, kanashiro, paride, rbasak,
sergiodj, utkarsh, vorlon).
Key 92D618F668F22F8ED80BEEF5BA3E29338280B242 should be moved from the
'Debian Maintainer' to the 'Debian Developer, uploading' keyring.
Key fingerprint: 92D618F668F22F8ED80BEEF5BA3E29338280B242
First name: Christian
Middle name: -
Last name: Ehrhardt
Current status: Debian Maintainer
Target keyring: Debian Developer, uploading
Forward email: email@example.com
Christian Ehrhardt has accepted the DMUP in a signed statement.
Details from paelzer:
I would like to apply to change my status in Debian to Debian Developer,
I have worked on:
- - co-maintaining DPDK (from the initial ITP to it's today's well
- - maintained mdevctl which is a small helper in the KVM/libvirt space
- - I've filed many bugs, helped to drive them to a conclusion and since
dawn of salsa have used that a lot as well to contribute to Debian
I'd like to:
- - Be part of the voting community; After being around so long and
so many people it feels wrong to always only wait on the outside for a
While I'm certainly not the person that has an opinion to everything, I
easily decide which option I prefer.
- - NMU uploads; When clearing broken packages for Ubuntu mostly I'll end
fixing it in Debian via salsa-MR or filing a bug with a fix (or if
at least documenting the case). In some - gladly rare - cases
can't help "in time and in those cases I think I could help a bit
able to do NMUs.
- - Porterbox access - TBH I mostly work on Ubuntu and therefore have
access to the architectures supported by Ubuntu. But sometimes and
is only present at a Debian-arch that isn't in Ubuntu. In that case
able to use a Porterbox (and fix it myself) is better than just
a case to the porters.
Submitted via nm.debian.org on 20th April 2021
Pierre-Elliott Bécue (as Front Desk pp. DAM)
Signed with key 9AE0 4D98 6400 E3B6 7528 F493 0D44 2664 1949 74E2
||New statement received, the requirement seems satisfied
||Added a new statement