[arch-dev-public] Welcome Aboard!
aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 17:47:58 EDT 2008
On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 5:35 PM, Aaron Griffin <aaronmgriffin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> We discussed this a few and things went a little by the wayside due to
> me not having internet at home. So I'd like to take this opportunity
> to welcome Francois and Allan aboard as new fancy developers.
> I *think* I got everyone setup properly - it's been a while since I
> added a new dev.
> So here's a quick-and-dirty guide for you two:
> First and foremost, read this:
> Now, the next thing we need to do is start maintaining packages. Yay!
> Go to https://dev.archlinux.org/devel and use the password you should
> have gotten from me.
> This is the "dashboard" that contains a whole mess of info for
> maintainers. Todo lists for packages, out of date packages, and
> quicklinks for all the lists.
> When you're on the dev site (dev.archlinux.org) you can search for
> packages and an "adopt this package" button should show up. You'll
> have to go through and do this for the packages you want AND new
> packages you add.
> A note on adding packages: the web interface is updated at 30 minute
> intervals, so when you add a new package to the repo, it may take a
> bit to show up.
> Personal Info: Take a look at your entries here
> http://archlinux.org/developers/ If you want anything added/change,
> send me an email, and I'll change it for ya.
> I think I covered everything. If anyone else has something to add, go ahead.
> Cheers, and welcome guys!
And another "Welcome Aboard" to Dusty. He's going to be taking over
the django development. Dusty, the above text applies to you as well,
as you may want to learn the process a bit so you know how we work.
To the other people who said they wanted to help out with django
development, I'd suggest you get in contact with Dusty, as I'd like
him to help spear-head the development here, but I don't think he's
averse to team members 8)
Dusty, we can talk in private regarding some of the file locations and
things like that.
Cheers, and welcome!
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