when I was pushing new commit to ghostscript, I received the line in $SUBJ
during the push, for all the currently used Fedora branches.
Did anybody else stumble upon this? Any idea where should I report this bug
since this is apparently problem of our Fedora infrastracture?
David Kaspar [Dee'Kej]
*Associate Software Engineer*
*Brno, Czech Republic*
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Some of you may have seen me around before under my preferred nick of badone as
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I started doing software support and development during the late Permian period
working on a couple of DG systems and then HP 9000s. I started using Red Hat
Linux some time in the Triassic period and have been involved in some way or
another ever since. During the Jurassic period I was an IT journeyman working in
various places and picking up way too much information on way too many things
including hardware, cabling, telecommunications, radio, etc.
In the early Cretaceous I began working for Red Hat and currently work as a
Software Engineer in the Ceph project and contribute to it, and several other
projects, on github, etc. C++ is the weapon of choice when available. I have no
idea why it has taken many millennia to get around to becoming a packager, but
it has. I would like ultimately to become more involved in the ceph-related
packages and perhaps the CentOS storage SIG and the Fedora equivalent but I've
decided to get my feet wet with a nice vim personal wiki plugin I found.
Anyway, this is me, checkin' in.
My name is Mike Miller and I have been a software developer for almost ten
years. I am fairly new as a committer to the Open Source Community but I
have developed software using many different free and open source tools. I
frequently use Linux systems, mainly CentOS and am interested in working
with Fedora more closely. I am currently a committer on the Apache Accumulo
project. On a more personal level, I live on the East coast of the United
States and love watching sports and movies and playing video games with
friends. My GitHub username is milleruntime.
I am looking forward to being a part of the community!