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requirement has been approved by Housekeeping Robot <firstname.lastname@example.org>
1 month ago.
process has been closed by noodles on
2021-11-06: no further modifications are possible.
For nm.debian.org, at 2021-11-02:
I support Lukas Märdian <email@example.com>'s request to become a Debian
I have worked with Lukas Märdian since March 2020 on general bug
fixing for build failures and autopkg test failures, most of those
triggered by updating to new language and compiler versions. I
consider him having sufficient technical competence, to work on a
broad set of packages, fixing the stuff that needs fixing. I see his
name for some dozen uploads in Debian for bug reports that I filed for
the yearly GCC updates.
Lukas also maintains Netplan in Ubuntu, and has contributed a handful
of fixes to the Debian package.
I have personally worked with Lukas Märdian <firstname.lastname@example.org> (key
C3B833A8BC431FABF5E18F62618C9427E585E7C4) for 20 months, and I know
Lukas Märdian can be trusted to have upload rights for their own
packages, right now.
Signed with key D565 71B8 8A8B BAF1 40BF 63D6 BD7E AA60 778F A6F5
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