[aur-general] TU application for Sven-Hendrik Haase
jwbirdsong at jwbirdsong.homelinux.com
Wed Jun 30 12:55:54 EDT 2010
On 06/24/2010 09:05 AM, Sven-Hendrik Haase wrote:
> Hey everybody,
> I'd like to apply for TU. I tricked Daenyth into sponsoring me.
> Rocking since 1990 in Germany, I've been using Arch Linux for around two
> years now and since I
> seem to stick with it I thought I might as well become TU. I have past
> experience in Suse, Debian, Ubuntu,
> Fedora and DSL as well as a few minor ones (mostly spin-offs). I
> currently have about 10 Arch installations
> in all kinds of forms, virtual, chroot, desktop, laptop, incandescent gas.
> Whenever I'm not busy trying to create another cdrkit vs. cdrtools flame
> fest on the mailing list
> I'm generally trying to be helpful on the wiki, forums, IRC and AUR. I
> like being pedantic about things
> like replaces() vs. conflicts() + provides() or $startdir/src vs. $srcdir.
> In AUR I currently maintain 66 packages. My most important packages are
> multimedia/game development
> related though I tend to package whatever I think it useful or fun.
> While I'm aware that many Archers
> consider games wasteful in terms of time investment and disk space, I
> think the number of votes on my
> packages still make some of them same valid candidates for [community].
> See my awe-inspiring list of packages:
> I'm rather interested in Python and since PyPy might become more
> important in the future I will continue
> to take good care of that package.
> I'm somewhat involved or at least interested in the upstream development
> for some of my packages (SFML,
> Ogre3D, SFML, Gobby, Bullet, Box2D, -gallium). I like trying out new
> fancy things. I've used all major DEs
> and a bunch of WMs. I maintain my own live distribution closely based on
> Arch Linux and archiso (live.linux-gamers.net)
> and in the process of creating it wrote the archiso article for the wiki.
> I care about guidelines and consistency, though I am aware that my AUR
> packages aren't all fully consistent. Working on that.
> On LinuxTag 2010, I openly promoted my religion using my Arch shirt
> together with a fellow Archer. We tried our best
> to sound like the condescending Arch jerks that we are. Just kidding. We
> showed-off Arch to quite a few people who
> were interested, though. We met quite a few unrelated Archers on the
> fair as well but they didn't seem to have as much
> Arch-esteem as we did.
> Is it true that the secret TU tower is where all the girls are kept?
> -- Sven-Hendrik
I just re-read this entire thread (mostly for laughs) and noticed apart
from the tower-girls split there has been almost no real discussion of
this. Time for a discussion period? Just a suggestion.
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