[aur-general] Greetings - Ghost1227
ghost1227 at archlinux.us
Thu Oct 23 14:06:13 EDT 2008
I suppose I could have phrased that better... I don't have a sponsor yet
(I'm still working on that) and I'm not asking for immediate
consideration for this position (although I wouldn't turn it down). I
was simply introducing myself and giving you all a chance to get to know
me and my work while things settle down with your new TUs.
As for what I would do as a TU? I'd definitely look into adopting a few
orphaned packages in community, and I'd like to see one of my packages
(bashrun) eventually find its way into community. I would also be more
than happy to help out with any projects that could use an extra hand
(or another pair of eyes).
I've spoken to a few of you on IRC (some quite a bit more than others)
and a few of you have walked through some of my PKGBUILDs with me... I
think that the TUs that see me online can (I hope) attest that I am
always looking for someone to help or some project to work on. Like I
said in my initial email, the community has given so much to me, I think
it only fair that I now try to return that favor.
Dan Griffiths, aka Ghost1227
Kessia 'even' Pinheiro wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> First question, who are you sponsor? I'm asking that because sometimes
> we want to talk with the sponsor to ask somethings about newcomers.
> Other, I didn't see your packages yet, but I want to know wich are
> your ideas to do while a TU.
> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 10:37 PM, Ghost <ghost1227 at inbox.com> wrote:
>> My name is Dan Griffiths and I am a 26-year-old independent contractor in
>> Delaware, US.
>> I have been using one form of *NIX or another for most of my life, wandering
>> through MINIX, RedHat, Mandrake, Slackware, Debian, Gentoo and even two home
>> made distros before finally finding Arch about a year ago. I instantly fell
>> in love with Arch and haven't looked back once.
>> I am currently maintaining 32 packages in the AUR, including one of my own
>> (co-written) scripts. I go by the name Ghost1227 on the bugtracker, AUR,
>> Wiki and on IRC.
>> Simply put, I'm eternally grateful for the work others have put into making
>> this such an incredible distribution and would now like to give something
>> back to that community.
>> I understand that at the moment there has been a bit of an influx of new TUs
>> and as such some of you may (understandable) want to wait a while before
>> adding anyone new to the list. As such, I thought I should introduce myself
>> and give you all a chance to get to know me and take a look at my work
>> without needing an immediate response. Take your time to get comfortable
>> with the new additions, and when you are ready (and I have found a sponsor),
>> I will still be waiting.
>> Thank you all for your indulgence in my little rant and I hope to see you
>> all around the community!
>> Dan Griffiths, aka Ghost1227
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