dridi.boukelmoune at gmail.com
Mon Sep 2 09:45:06 UTC 2013
I would like to introduce myself again, now that I've joined the
package maintainers. I would like to thank my sponsor (kevin), Chris
Roberts for his warm welcome, Christopher Meng and the others who
helped me so far.
Starting today (at least in my timezone =) the makeself package is
available for Fedora 19, and I'll focus on tools for developers. I for
instance would like to package tools such as vagrant (that transitively
depends on makeself). I have a special interest in Varnish and Java
ecosystems, Java and C being my primary languages. I know Linux folks
tend to hate Java, so in return I'll hate Ruby. And if sometimes
you don't understand my English, please remember : because is French.
Et pour les francophones (parce que je pense en avoir repérés), un
petit bonjour. En espérant avoir l'occasion de croiser certains
 just kidding, and vagrant is written in Ruby AFAIK ;)
On Sat, Jul 27, 2013 at 1:22 AM, Chris Roberts
<croberts at cintrixhosting.com> wrote:
> Hello Dridi Boukelmoune!
> Welcome to the Fedora community!
> - Chris Roberts
>>>> Dridi Boukelmoune <dridi.boukelmoune at gmail.com> 07/26/13 6:38 PM >>>
> Hi everyone,
> I am new to this list, and I'm a Fedora user for a little less than
> two years. Recently I've become a full-time Fedora user since I've
> installed it on my laptop for work.
> I'm a developer, and I usually work for companies that use RHEL in
> production. I think Fedora is a great distribution for development,
> because I love to be provided with latest versions of my favorite
> Recently I have decided I would package tools I miss :)
> I'm willing to maintain those packages of course, but I haven't
> introduced myself yet, simply because I forgot. So here ends my late
> Best Regards,
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