[aur-general] TU Application - Seblu

Ronald van Haren pressh at gmail.com
Sun Jan 16 16:09:06 EST 2011

On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 10:08 PM, Ronald van Haren <pressh at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 9:55 PM, Seblu <seblu at seblu.net> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 16, 2011 at 9:43 PM, Jelle van der Waa <jelle at vdwaa.nl> wrote:
>>> On Sun, 2011-01-16 at 21:37 +0100, Seblu wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> Tonight I decided to propose me as TU.  My sponsor is Peter Lewis.
>>>> My name is Sebastien Lutttringer, i'm a 26 years old french system and
>>>> network engineer who lives in Paris.
>>>> I'm gradued from EPITA a french computer school and i work in a
>>>> private company for 4 years.
>>>> My day to day job is done on Linux Debian and 99% of our servers are
>>>> on Debian. We work mainly with open technologies and we love
>>>> challenges with technology that we control/understand.
>>>> As far as i recall, my first meet with linux, was in 2001/2002 (i
>>>> don't remember exactly)
>>>> with slackware and later with debian woody, it was just some test (not
>>>> my main system)
>>>> In 2005, i choose my grad school, in another for its hard Unix spirit.
>>>> I wanted to become a unix power user. So, 2005 was my switching year
>>>> to linux.
>>>> I tested some distro and i choose debian as desktop station. In 2007,
>>>> i changed my main distro to gentoo until 2010 (and my new laptop)
>>>> where i switched to Arch.
>>>> I never really took the time to get involved to my distro and since a
>>>> long time i
>>>> want it. Arch philosophy and simplicity, remember me slackware and
>>>> makes me want to take the plunge.
>>>> Regarding my skills I use a lot of linux technology in my work to
>>>> design solutions to our problems (network operator, file transfer
>>>> platform, streaming/cdn) or to maintain our critical systems.
>>>> I also have skill in coding in C/C++, Python, Perl, lua, php, shell
>>>> and some others.
>>>> Regarding to arch, i maintain packages in AUR and fill bug report. I
>>>> also plan to propose some patch in some times.
>>>> As a TU, i would start by maintaining packages i use and which are not
>>>> in community. To start i think to:
>>>> arptables
>>>> awesome
>>>> conntrack-tools
>>>> ebtables
>>>> ferm
>>>> fstrim
>>>> lsscsi
>>>> mtr-cli
>>>> nload
>>>> opera
>>>> scsiadd
>>>> ulogd
>>>> vconfig
>>> Just on a side note: opera, mtr are already in [community].  And i don't
>>> think awesomewm can be in [community] because of the dependency
>>> cairo-xcb.
>> My bad, opera is in community now :)
>> mtr package is in community, not mtr-tiny, which is a version of mtr
>> without gtk (and its dependency)
>> About awesome and cairo-xcb, i hope Jan, will accept to add
>> --enable-xcb in configure in cairo extra package to enable xcb
>> support.
> We just removed xcb support from cairo (and therefore awesome from
> community) a few months ago. There is no change we will add xcb
> support back atm.
> Ronald




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