On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 3:10 PM, Rémi Verschelde <rverschelde(a)gmail.com> wrote:
My name is Rémi Verschelde (IRC nickname "Akien", FAS "akien"). I
joined this mailing list with the intent to become a Fedora packager.
I am already an experienced RPM packager  and developer (+ QA, bug
triage, a bit of everything) for the Mageia distribution, as well as a
developer for several free software projects (Godot Engine , Lugaru
, Jump 'n Bump , OpenDungeons , Minilens  and a few others
-- i.e. mostly games and game development software).
I would like to start by maintaining packages for my upstream projects
in Fedora (jumpnbump is being reviewed , I have a COPR for godot
). As I package many libre games in Mageia , I would also gladly
maintain some of them in Fedora.
I am not a Fedora user (my main distribution being Mageia), but I am
involved in the Fedora Games SIG and Rust SIG. With the latter I try
to ensure that Rust packaging in Fedora and Mageia stays in sync (so
far mostly syncing Mageia with jistone's Fedora work, but by getting
involved upstream I try to bring an added value from the Mageia
I still have some docs to read about becoming a Fedora packager, so
far I've experienced the policies mostly by discussing on IRC with
Welcome to Fedora, Rémi!
It's always great to see more people coming to become a part of
Fedora. I hope you'll enjoy working with people here, and fresh
perspectives help when evolving the distribution. :)
真実はいつも一つ！/ Always, there's only one truth!