[aur-general] Application as a Trusted User

Stefan Husmann stefan-husmann at t-online.de
Mon Nov 30 16:05:30 EST 2009

Stefan Husmann schrieb:
> Thorsten Töpper schrieb:
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>> Hello,
>> I've been playing for a while with the thought to apply as a Trusted
>> User, but I never really had the courage to do so, well now I try it.
>> About my person:
>> I'm a 1990 born student from the south of Germany, I study Computer
>> Science(first semester) and use Arch as my main system now since two
>> years and 4 days. I'm mainly active in the german part of the community
>> as the international forums and IRC are too lively for me to actively
>> participate a lot, so I mostly only read the topics, but don't post
>> in the threads. However I read nearly every mail at the mailing lists
>> (except for the ones concerning problems of Users with software I
>> haven't used in years e.g. KDE), but as my opinion was often already
>> stated I don't feel that I have to repeat what's already been said, so
>> I mail rarely to the lists too.
>> About my skills:
>> I'm programming in C since a few years, though I mostly review code in
>> order to learn more, I'm also capable of the basics with python 2.5,
>> several BASIC dialects, C++, Objective C, Java and of course shell
>> scripting. Whereas the focus for the next years lies upon C and Java as
>> they're both needed by my study.
>> About my packages:
>> I maintain 10 packages in AUR[1], whereby I also participate in the
>> development of the i3 window manager to whom's project family 6 of
>> these packages belong(3 projects, each as stable and git package), the
>> other four are the git package of the newsbeuter feedreader and the
>> cococpp package which is a build dependency for the previously named,
>> structorizer which is a Java program to design structograms (or Nassi-
>> Schneiderman diagrams) and a mecurial package for objfw which is a
>> portable framework for the Objective C language, not one of them was
>> adopted. If you want to see their history, I also keep them in a git
>> repository at github.com[2].
>> About my Application:
>> I asked Stefan Husmann if he would like to sponsor me and he agreed to
>> do so. I have two Arch systems, my laptop running an i686 installation
>> and my desktop machine running a x86_64 installation, both run without
>> the testing repository. As I have to use Java and corresponding util-
>> ities for my study I'd take care of orphanages of the Java development
>> segment, but also orphans in the topics I'm mainly interested in(window
>> managers, development and networks). And as I check my mail whenever
>> it's possible I'd also help with the request of users regarding the
>> administration of the AUR.
>> If you want to search for me, my nick at Arch related sites is Atsutane.
>> Regards
>> Thorsten
>> [1] http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?SeB=m&K=Atsutane
>> [2] http://github.com/Atsutane/packages
>> - -- Jabber: atsutane at freethoughts.de Blog: 
>> http://atsutane.freethoughts.de/
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> Hello TUs,
> the discussion period for Thorstens application is over, let us start 
> the 7-day voting period now.
> Good luck, Thorsten!
> Best Regards Stefan


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