[aur-general] First step to become a TU

Stefan Husmann stefan-husmann at t-online.de
Thu Jun 24 14:12:12 EDT 2010

Am 24.06.2010 19:24, schrieb Ionuț Bîru:
> On 06/24/2010 12:04 PM, Laurent Carlier wrote:
>> Le mercredi 23 juin 2010 21:34:22, Ionuț Bîru a écrit :
>>> On 06/23/2010 11:14 AM, Laurent Carlier wrote:
>>>> Hi, my name is Laurent Carlier (lordheavy).
>>>> I would like to become a TU, so decided to go through the first step :
>>>> find a sponsor;
>>> i'm happy to sponsor you
>> Thank you !
>>>> I'm a linux user since '98, archer for about 2 years now (i've got some
>>>> mandrake/debian/LFS/openbsd/...) and i'm adept of free software and
>>>> KISS
>>>> philosophy.
>>>> Got knowledges about c/c++/bash/autotools/cmake/git/svn/..., and
>>>> currently an active developper of the gambas project. I maintain some
>>>> packages in aur see
>>>> http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?SeB=m&K=lordheavy .
>>>> I've proposed a PKGBUILD for a splitted gambas2 package see
>>>> http://bugs.archlinux.org/task/19318
>>> i was impressed about this one but i was reticent on adopting it since i
>>> don't know anything about gambas2 and most important thing i don't
>>> use it.
>>>> Feel free for questions :-)
>>> do you intend to maintain any other packages that you use?
>> Sure i will be happy to maintain other packages, i don't want to
>> maintain only
>> one package :-) , but not only packages i use of course.
>> I don't think a good packager is only an intensive user of the
>> packages he
>> maintain, but got a good relationship between the package users and the
>> maintainers of the software, so be able to produce a good
>> feedback/bugreports
>> for the software maintainers, and package users.
>>>> Regards,
>>>> LordHeavy
> lets start the discussion period


I think, if we want to keep gambas2 in Community we will have to vote for
LordHeavy, because noone else will understand the PKGBUILD :.)

I think regarding this PKGBUILD shows his skills well enough. Many of
your other packages semm to be not so easy, too. So I think he could really help us.

Regards Stefan

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