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== Introduction ==
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== A few resources == After six month a Debian Developer can decide to become a [[Glossary#application-manager|Application Manager]].
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=== Glossary ===
Vocabulary used in this page :

 * an [[Glossary#applicant|Applicant]] is a Debian Maintainer requesting to become a Debian Developer.

 * an [[Glossary#application-manager|Application Manager]] collects informations about his assigned Applicant.

== Advocating a Debian Developer ==
The Advocate must check the application of the Applicant

== Becoming a Debian Developer ==

Steps required to become a ''Debian Developer''

=== step 1 : Application ===
First read read the [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-checklist|Applicant's Checklist]] and the [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step1|application page]].

Before applying to the [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/newmaint|Debian New Maintainers]] process :

 * {{attachment:mag.png}} you have to be a [[DebianMaintainer|Debian Maintainer]] for six months (see the [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-checklist|Applicant's Checklist]] and the [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step2|Identification page]]).

 * You have read the developer documentation.

 * {{attachment:shake.png}} You have an Advocate.

 * Be sure to have enough free time.

=== step 2 : Work with the Application Manager ===
 Once your application has been accepted you must wait for an Application Manager's assignement. He will

 * {{attachment:dfsg.png}} control your knowledge of Debian. (see [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step3|Philosophy and Procedures]])

 * {{attachment:hammer.png}} control the work you have done for Debian. (see [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step4|Tasks and Skills]])

 * {{attachment:thumb.png}} write an AM report for you on http://lists.debian.org/debian-newmaint (see [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step5|recommendation]])

=== step 3 : Account creation ===
Then you will have to wait for

 * [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step6|Front Desk approval]]

 * [[http://www.debian.org/devel/join/nm-step7|DAM approval]]

 * {{attachment:new.png}} the creation of the account

== Informations ==

=== A few resources ===
 * [[DebianServiceForDD]]
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 * becoming a developer (needed)
 * becoming a [[DebianMaintainer|Debian Maintainer]]
 * [[DebianServiceForDD]]
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== Information about Debian Developers ==
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== Information about Debian Developers ===

Translations : Dansk


http://www.debian.org/doc/devel-manuals#devref - Debian Developer's Reference

  • This manual describes procedures and resources for Debian maintainers. It describes how to become a new developer, the upload procedure, how to handle our bug tracking system, the mailing lists, Internet servers, etc.
    This manual is thought as a reference manual for all Debian developers (newbies and old pros).


Introduction

A Debian developer (DD) is a Debian Project member, who has gone through the Debian New Maintainers process and had their application accepted.

After six month a Debian Developer can decide to become a Application Manager.

Glossary

Vocabulary used in this page :

  • an Applicant is a Debian Maintainer requesting to become a Debian Developer.

  • an Application Manager collects informations about his assigned Applicant.

Advocating a Debian Developer

The Advocate must check the application of the Applicant

Becoming a Debian Developer

Steps required to become a Debian Developer

step 1 : Application

First read read the Applicant's Checklist and the application page.

Before applying to the Debian New Maintainers process :

step 2 : Work with the Application Manager

step 3 : Account creation

Then you will have to wait for

Informations

A few resources

Information about Debian Developers