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- Re: TU application; freswa (Christian Rebischke)
- Re: TU application; freswa (Frederik Schwan)
Message: 1 Date: Fri, 8 May 2020 02:43:20 +0200 From: Christian Rebischke Chris.Rebischke@archlinux.org To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [aur-general] TU application; freswa Message-ID: 20200508004320.GA391510@motoko.shibumi.dev Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
On Wed, May 06, 2020 at 11:19:04PM +0200, Discussion about the Arch User Repository (AUR) wrote:
Hi everyone, my name is Frederik aka freswa and I'm applying to become a Trusted User
with svenstaro's and grazzolini's sponsorship.
I started using Linux around 2004 with some live images of Ubuntu. In
2010, Debian became my main OS. Only a year later I switched to Arch after I screwed up Debian/sid while hunting for the latest kernel.
I'm interested in DevOps topics, mail server, C, Rust, Go and newer JVM
languages such as Kotlin.
Thanks to svenstaro I've been a bug wrangler since February. You mostly
hear from me when I assign bugs to the wrong people from time to time :P
- working on the dovecot-xaps code, providing native Mail.app Apple Push
for iOS devices
- maintaining and writing PKGBUILDs for the AUR
- bug reporting and fixing for several projects
My AUR packages got reviewed recently by eschwartz, svenstaro and alad -
If I become a TU, I'd like to focus on the bug tracker until we have a
better solution. I'd also like to help out bug fixing when maintainers are busy, away or on vacation.
Packages which I would like to move to [Community], some of which are
docker-credential-pass i3status-rust intel-undervolt ispin mysqltuner pdfposter pinentry-rofi protobuf-go sha3sum spin talosctl thermald unifi woeusb
I'm aware though that some of these packages do not meet the criteria of
10 votes yet. I'll reevaluate whether they meet this criteria from time to time.
I'd also like to go on helping Eli with maintenance of zfs-dkms and
zfs-utils in the AUR.
In case JetBrains is okay with us packaging their IDE's, I'd also
maintain them. But so far all requests I found resulted in a negative response from JB.
I am looking forward to working with you! Frederik
I would like to ask you the following questions:
- How do you monitor new software releases? Do you use a specific tool
for this like urlwatch?
- How do you want to participate in the Arch Linux community? I see
that you are very active in the IRC and on the bugtracker. Are there other areas, where you are active?
- Do you use any tools for enforcing a specific PKGBUILD format? For
- Are you testing your packages? If so, how? Do you spawn a VM via
vagrant? Or do you use systemd-nspawn or docker images? Or do you just test it locally on your machine?