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PMC proposals/Debian package mantainer

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2011/11/27 #1: Debian package maintainer

Summary

Recruiting someone to make sure that Apertium packages in Debian are reasonably up-to-date.

The recruitee would get a yearly stipend, for making a Debian release of all the stable packages with changes every 6 months with a maintenance release if and when libpcre becomes incompatible.

The stipend would be €1000/year, based on Fran's experience of how much work it is.

If we continue in GSOC in the same way, this would represent 1/6 of the annual GSOC-earnings.

This could be a good place to advertise it:

Proposed by: User:Mlforcada

Seconded by: User:Francis Tyers

In detail

Caveats

Comments

I'm a little surprised that its €1000/year. How many hours is that? 30?

I prefer that we start out offering €1000/year, but when then see how much there really is to update every year and negociate salary accordingly. -- Jacob Nordfalk

Voting

Agree

  1. Francis Tyers 21:27, 27 November 2012 (UTC)
  2. Felipe Sánchez-Martínez 11:24, 28 November 2012 (UTC)
  3. Juan Antonio Pérez 15:10, 28 November 2012 (UTC)
  4. --Jacob Nordfalk 16:56, 17 February 2013 (UTC)

Disagree

Abstain

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