On Monday, 27 November 2006 at 16:59, Ralf Corsepius wrote:
Please don't read too much into what I'm going to write below ...
On Mon, 2006-11-27 at 12:22 +0100, Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski wrote:
> On Saturday, 25 November 2006 at 23:51, Axel Thimm wrote:
> > I've asked thl, but he's not up to yet another
task, I could think of
> > Matthias Saou and/or Dominik (ratthan) as good candidates for this
> > committee.
> Thanks for the recommendation. I will do my best, should I get selected.
Could you provide some references and details about you, to provide
people with "ammunition" to vote for rsp. against you?
So far, I've not noticed you extensively participating in Fedora, nor do
I know you personally nor have I met you in any project I've been
Therefore, I would have to vote "0" (should FPC vote) because I don't
have an opinion on you ;)
Right. Let's see... Currently I'm in the top 30 of Fedora Extras package
maintainers (and working my way up :>), see owners.list and my wikipage at
for details. I actively participate in discussions on
various Fedora lists and IRC (I've founded the #fedora-pl channel). I
usually attend both FPC and FESCo meetings to listen in on current issues.
A couple of years ago I started my own repository and started to move
the packages into Fedora and Livna when it became too much of a burden to
maintain (which happened about a year ago). I've been packaging software
since at least 2001 (that's how far some of my changelogs in specfiles go
anyway - see http://rpm.greysector.net/
Apart from Fedora, I'm currently involved in MPlayer development and docs
translation. I also did some work for AuroraLinux (ask my sponsor spot :>).
If you have any questions, feel free to ask, though I'm sure those who are
curious enough will find lots of information about me on the Internet
(mostly on anti-spam and Linux-related newsgroups).
Fedora Extras contributor http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DominikMierzejewski
MPlayer developer http://rpm.greysector.net/mplayer/
-- Delenn to Lennier in Babylon 5:"Confessions and Lamentations"