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Debian Auditor

Infrastructure

  • Documentation: this wiki page and the directory /srv/accounting.debian.org/ on elgar.debian.org

  • List of organizations holding assets in trust for Debian: Organizations

  • Unix group: auditor

Assets

Links to more information:

Hardware

Interacting with the team

  • Email contact: <auditor AT debian DOT org>

Finance procedures

The Debian Project Leader has procedures to manage the way expenditure is requested, authorized and paid for.

Task description

The Debian Auditor(s):

  • keep track of Debian project financial assets, income, expenditures and any other financial information
  • keep track of hardware resources and any other physical assets of the Debian project
  • keep track of domain names, trademarks, and any other intangible assets of the Debian project
  • periodically publish public reports about changes in assets and resources including (but not limited to): money coming in via donations, money being spent with DPL approval, new hardware bought, etc.
  • keep track of organizations holding assets in trust for Debian and propose to the DPL changes in the list of trusted organization (as per constitution §5.1.11 and §9.3)

Delegation

Debian auditor(s) are DPL delegates (as per Debian Constitution §8). The actual delegation text is available.

Usual roles

  • Brian Gupta (bgupta)
  • Philipp Hug (hug)
  • Héctor Orón Martínez (zumbi)

Team advisors:

  • Martin Michlmayr (tbm)
  • Martin Wuertele (maxx)

Get involved

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