[aur-general] TU Application: Lukas Fleischer - Voting!

Ionuț Bîru ibiru at archlinux.org
Wed Oct 20 21:30:02 EDT 2010

On 10/17/2010 04:02 AM, Loui Chang wrote:
> On Sun 10 Oct 2010 21:27 +0200, Lukas Fleischer wrote:
>> Hi!
>> My name is Lukas Fleischer, I'm a 20-year-old student from Germany,
>> studying Computer Science at the University of Stuttgart, freelance
>> web-developper, IT consultant and hobbyist DJ.
>> I've been using GNU/Linux for about three years (used OpenBSD and
>> FreeBSD before) and Arch Linux probably for about two years. Since then,
>> Arch Linux has become my Desktop distribution of choice being installed
>> and used on four of my workstations and one server (i686 as well as
>> x86_64, one box using [testing] and [community-testing] repos). Besides
>> Arch Linux, I'm still using Debian, Gentoo and *BSD as server
>> distributions/OS.
>> I'm a hardcore CLI user (zsh, tmux, mutt, irssi, mplayer, calcurse just
>> rock!), experienced programmer (10+ years) specialized in Perl, C and
>> Assembly and, as I already said, web-developper (PHP, MySQL,
>> PostgreSQL).
>> As I read about Loui looking for help with the AUR multiple times on
>> aur-dev, I thought I'd just give a try and apply for TU. My main
>> interests would be to help out with AUR development (just check some of
>> the patches I sent to aur-dev) and AUR cleanups (you might e.g. want to
>> have a look at aurdupes [1] and some of my mails to aur-general),
>> double-check popular AUR packages, and, of course, to maintain a couple
>> of packages in [community] including remuco, redshift, tinyproxy, mixxx
>> (I'd also like to see xwax in [community] but sadly, it's not really
>> popular), pytyle, optionally surf and tabbed and maybe some of the
>> OpenSync stuff (I'm still trying to get it work with calcurse and my
>> Symbian phone).
>> I currently maintain 22 packages in the AUR [2] and previously
>> maintained some other packages that have been moved to [community] (e.g.
>> perl-datetime-format-iso8601, perl-task-weaken, winetricks). You might
>> also want to check my "archlinux-packages" GIT repository [3] which is
>> (almost) always up-to-date. If you check some of the PKGBUILDs you might
>> notice that I care about consistency and conformity with standards
>> (although not all of the packages might stick to that, especially
>> virtualbox_bin still looks kinda ugly and contains some legacy stuff).
>> I'd really appreciate any kind of positive criticism and improvement
>> suggestions as regards that!
>> Well, if there are any questions left, feel free to ask. And before I
>> forget, Loui has agreed to be my sponsor :)
>> Regards,
>> Lukas
>> [1] https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=40869
>> [2] https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?SeB=m&K=cryptocrack
>> [3] http://git.cryptocrack.de/?p=archlinux-packages.git;a=summary
> The discussion period has ended!
> Please vote on Lukas' Trusted User application.
> http://aur.archlinux.org/tu.php?id=40
> Thanks!

for some reason (no new thread) i missed this message and i'm not alone :D


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