Debian Project Leader 2013 election campaign links: part 1

This is basically a link-post to the Debian Project Leader election email discussions on GMANE’s blog-style interface to debian-vote. After only 3 days of the 21, there’s already a pageful, so if I don’t start collecting links now, I’ll probably miss some. Right or wrong, I’ve grouped these into three topics:

The Job

  1. Why do you think you are a good candidate for DPL (10 Mar 2013)
  2. How do you plan to represent Debian externally? (10 Mar 2013)
  3. about a DPL board (12 Mar 2013)
  4. DPL term duration (12 Mar 2013)
  5. Work balance and traveling (12 Mar 2013)
  6. trying to do awesome and risking to fail (11 Mar 2013)
  7. To Lucas: how do you plan to push your ideas (12 Mar 2013)
  8. All candidates – quotes for the press if you win (13 Mar 2013)

Money

  1. using debian funds for Debian’s hardware infrastru (12 Mar 2013)
  2. Usage of Debian’s Money (12 Mar 2013)
  3. Debian’s relationship with money and the economy (12 Mar 2013)

Project Management

  1. getting new people to Debian (10 Mar 2013)
  2. Free Software challenges and Debian role (11 Mar 2013)
  3. Development and technical issues and challenges (10 Mar 2013)
  4. Are there problematic infrastructure or processes in Debian? (12 Mar 2013)
  5. to Moray: encourage teams to take interns (11 Mar 2013)

So, what do you think are the key points or differences? Leave me a comment, or get involved in the discussions. Campaigning ends and voting begins 30/31 March.

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4 Responses to Debian Project Leader 2013 election campaign links: part 1

  1. Andreas Glaeser says:

    In order to be able to vote, I need an official acknowledgement as Debian Developer, as I am not a package-maintainer, I clearly need a mentor. Can you please tell me, how to find one until next year (it is clearly too late now for this years election) ?

  2. Andreas Glaeser says:

    My official CV was sent to Christian Perrier already, but he never replied to me, announced instead, that he has less spare time for Debian and is _not_ running for DPL in spite of being on many lists and being generally popular.

  3. mjr says:

    I’d suggest starting at http://mentors.debian.net/ or http://lists.debian.org/debian-mentors/ – I’ve mentored a few contributors who became developers in the past, but I’m not able to take on any more just now because I need to focus on running our business…

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