As you are aware, you have been expelled from the project as a Debian Developer and then later removed from the Debian Maintainer keyring in response to ongoing concerns with your behavior.
For these reasons, it is not appropriate for you to maintain packages. As Project Leader with concurrence of two members of the ftpmaster team, I confirm that Debian does not welcome you as a package maintainer. I request that anyone maintaining a package based on packaging you have prepared audit that packaging as if it comes from an external source. Since you cannot be a package maintainer, I am retitling this bug to RFP instead of ITP.
Moreover, it is inappropriate for you to describe yourself as a Debian Developer, as you did in your message filing the ITP. Constitution section 3.2 notes that the Project Leader's Delegates (in this case the account managers) may expel developers; in your case this has happened. So, you must not describe yourself that way or represent yourself as speaking on behalf of the Debian Project. Without limitation to other circumstances, this includes when interacting with the Debian community, its members, the BTS, and (without limitation) other aspects of the community. Such misrepresentations are unacceptable behavior in our community.
In response to some of the same actions that ultimately ended up in your key being removed from the maintainer's keyring, you were banned from all our lists. I reviewed how to respond to this ITP with members of ftpmaster, members of the account manager team and members of the community team. As part of that discussion, the question came up as to whether you were welcome at all in our community. With the concurrence of members of the account managers, ftpmaster, and community team, I conclude that you are not welcome in the Debian Project. Please stop all interactions with our lists, our BTS, our forums, salsa.debian.org, and any other Debian Project communications channels. Allowing your activity and presence in our community would only support behavior that is not welcome in our community--behavior that you have declined to stop despite multiple requests from multiple parties over an extended period of time.
As a general rule, the project avoids discussing expulsions in public. However, your choice to represent yourself as a Debian Developer and to attempt to act as a Debian Developer after you have been expelled put the project in a position where we have chosen to make an exception to that general rule so that our community can understand the situation and understand that we do value acting to make Debian a place where people can work free from disruption or harassment.
Sam Hartman Debian Project Leader
Единственное что нагуглил, он возбухал по поводу нечестных выборов в 2019: https://www.itwire.com/open-source/86334-no-candidates-three-days-before-nomi...