[Dev] I want to become a parabola hacker!

fauno fauno at endefensadelsl.org
Thu Apr 20 17:48:02 GMT 2017

Andreas Grapentin <andreas at grapentin.org> writes:

> Hi everyone,
> I would like to step in and volunteer to become a parabola hacker, and
> help maintain infrastructure and packages. I think it's time for me to
> step in and do some actual work for the project :)
> Some info on me to back up my application:
>   - you might know me as 'oaken-source' from IRC
>   - I donated and maintain mirror.grapentin.org, the (currently only)
>     german parabola mirror
>   - before migrating to parabola, I have been using arch for longer than
>     I can remember; I maintain a couple of desktop parabola installs
>     now, as well as 2 dedicated servers running parabola
>   - I maintain a private parabola package repo for miscellaneous stuff,
>     and have some experience with writing PKGBUILDs, building packages
>     from source, and using libretools
>   - I have tons of experience in writing C / python / bash code, and to
>     a slightly lesser extent in many other programming languages
>   - I have a M.Sc. in Software Engineering from the University of
>     Potsdam, mainly focused on system software and operating systems
>   - I am currently doing my PhD in operating systems and middleware at
>     the same university
>   - this is my github profile (slightly out of date; I only just
>     recently adopted the FSF endorsed terminology, some projects might
>     sill say "open source" all over them):
>     https://github.com/oaken-source/

cool cv!

>   - I strongly dislike ruby and perl.

this is a no no for me :P

what would you like to do?  there's a few packages coming our way in the
next days, maybe you can pick some from there?

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