[arch-dev-public] /r/linux AMA
eschwartz at archlinux.org
Sun Aug 12 21:48:29 UTC 2018
On 8/9/18 12:41 PM, Morten Linderud via arch-dev-public wrote:
> The subreddit /r/linux have started organizing AMA threads for relevant
> projects. Gentoo had one of these a few months ago and is an interesting read.
> I think it's a good idea Arch Linux does an AMA as it's might give users some
> incentive to help contributing to the project. I have chatted with a subreddit
> mod at /r/linux, and the AMA should preferably start on any Monday from 27th and
> onwards. It will also run for a few days, so there is no need to be present all
> the time, or when it starts.
> If you are interested participating please reply to the list with the following
> * Reddit username.
> * What you do.
> * What Monday fits for you?
> I have also started handing out flairs on the /r/archlinux subreddit. It's not
> an official forum, but if developers and team members want flairs for their
> reddit accounts you can also reply to this mail or poke me on IRC :)
I'm a Bug Wrangler and Trusted user. I like poking things to make them
work, I also contribute frequently to various Arch projects, e.g.
pacman, and maintain dbscripts.
I can probably find time most Mondays.
Bug Wrangler and Trusted User
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