Thank you for your appreciation ,
But i really feel i am not ready to be an Admin , as its one of the most
responsible work in a project , although i have contributions and skill but
my first aim is to be a gsocer , and unfortunately this year i was rejected
, but i am happy that a well deserving candidate was selected on that
project , and i am looking forward to apply next year again .

And answer to your question about how Hamara is better than Debian , its
not better than any Debian , after all its a derivative of Debian . just
some factors are there and hope this link will help you out , if not , then
i would like you to please connnect with us in our mailing list or telegram
or IRC , and we would love to have your questions answered .

And i hope Dashamir you agree with my names to be sent for Mentor summit .
Thanking you

On Sun, Aug 12, 2018 at 11:39 AM, Dashamir Hoxha <>

> On Sun, Aug 12, 2018 at 7:02 AM Manas Kashyap <>
> wrote:
>> So the candidates that i think should go are Lucas Kanashiro and Chirayu
>> Desai  , as they have some great contributions that are visible to the
>> users and contributors .
>> Thee reason is quite clear that their contributions are visible and if we
>> go with FCFS , then yeah FCFS is also applicable here
> I agree that they both deserve it and would be good representatives.
> But the contribution that is being rewarded here is mentoring during the
> current GSoC.
> If one of them is your mentor (or both of them), don't you think that you
> are biased?
> Don't you think that it is the admins' right to make the right selection?
> So , Mentors I am Manas Kashyap ,and undergrad at Amity University Noida
>> and also an open source contributor , i have also contributed to debian in
>> form of packaging modules and bugs resolving , i am one of the organisers
>> of ILUGD (India Linux User Group Delhi) PyJaipur , and also , heads of many
>> college clubs like ALiAS (Amity Linux Assistance Sapiens) , Amity Android
>> Club , Amity Game Development Club , Amity ACE club , these are all
>> technical clubs in Amity .
>> I have been part of organising team for Confluence [1] , one of the
>> biggest technical event in Delhi .
>> I have taken many workshop in ILUGD on Debian , and also organised other
>> workshops too . I have attended many workshops too , like rootconf India ,
>> RpiJam Delhi .
>> I am one of the core developer for HamaraLinux Team .
>> [1]
> With so many skills and contributions I wonder why you did not apply to
> become an admin. Maybe you could have done it perfectly.
> I wonder how does HamaraLinux support Democracy and how is it better than
> Debian?

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