Christian Faulhammer | 2 Mar 20:02 2010
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A Gentoo system used for software QA

Hallo,

http://www.checkmycode.org/

V-Li

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Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto | 16 Mar 01:21 2010
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Gentoo Foundation Trustees 2010 election - previous Trustees elected unopposed


Dear Gentoo Foundation members,

as announced in my previous email, the nomination period for the
Foundation Trustees 2010 election ended on March 6th.
As we had 3 nominations for the 3 open seats, that means the nominees
(the Trustees that reached the end of their term), have been elected
unopposed.

The Foundation Trustees for the 2010 term are thus:

 * Roy Bamford
 * David Abbott
 * Joshua Jackson
 * Robin H Johnson
 * Matthew Summers

Congratulations to the new (old) Trustees.

As the election got resolved earlier than expected, due to the waived
voting period, and even though the old and new Trustees are the same, to
ensure the old and new Trustees Board have their 1 year term, I suggest
the recording date for the appointment of the new Trustees Board is set
to April 1st 2010.

On 11-02-2010 01:51, Jorge Manuel B. S. Vicetto wrote:
> Dear Gentoo Foundation members,
> 
> We've come again to that time of the year when we need to cast our votes
> for the Foundation. As announced[1] by the Gentoo Foundation[2]
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Petteri Räty | 27 Mar 11:10 2010
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New developer: Magnus Granberg (zorry)

It's my pleasure to welcome a distant cousin of the legendary Zorro from
Sweden. Hailing from Umeå, Sweden we have Magnus "zorry" Granberg. He
will be doing his heroics mainly with the hardened toolchain. He has
been very active in improving the gcc 4.x. support so far. When Magnus
doesn't need to program robots or do maintenance on them, he likes to
drive a forklift. On the free time he is with his family, friends and
trains a German Shepherd in IPO.

Waiting for him to put his mark on the tree,
Petteri

Petteri Räty | 27 Mar 11:15 2010
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Not so new developer: Dror Levin (spatz)

I think it's about time to put a stop to pva's record attempt in
slacking on announcements. Dror has been with us for many many months
now but hasn't had the pleasure of being announced yet. He initially
joined us from Israel to help with the Qt effort. Hopefully by now he
has also ventured to other areas of the tree. Here's what he tells about
himself:

"I'm the youngest of 4 siblings. Currently studying for a bachelors
degree in CS while working part time as a programmer in a start-up
company. I have a girlfriend for 2+ years with whom I currently live.
I've been a Gentoo user since the 1.4 days of 2002 and was always
interested in helping out, now finally real-life has given me the chance
:) Hobbies include mostly Star Wars, cats and chocolate."

If this is the first time you hear about spatz, give him a warm welcome.
Others can use this opportunity to praise his good work so far or remind
him to get back from slacking depending on which one applies.

Regards,
Petteri

Petteri Räty | 27 Mar 11:23 2010
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Not so new developer: Dominik Kapusta (ayoy)

An another one of pva's low-hanging fruits. One of the countless KDE/Qt
minions from Poland we have Dominik "ayoy" Kapusta. He was located at
Helsinki at the time of his recruitment but as that was last fall it's
hard to say if the information is accurate these days. These are his
interests: "drummer, road cyclist, metal/metalcore fan, software
engineer with electronic background, currently working in mobile devices
industry, single :)"

As with spatz if this is the first time you hear about ayoy, give him a
warm welcome. Others can use this opportunity to praise his good work so
far or remind him to get back from slacking depending on which one applies.

Regards,
Petteri

Mike Pagano | 27 Mar 17:00 2010
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Re: Not so new developer: Dominik Kapusta (ayoy)

On Saturday 27 March 2010 06:23:17 Petteri Räty wrote:
> An another one of pva's low-hanging fruits. One of the countless KDE/Qt
> minions from Poland we have Dominik "ayoy" Kapusta. He was located at

Welcome fellow coder-cyclist.  The more 'roadies' in the place the better. 
One day Calchan will lead us all on a ride over Alpe d'Huez.

Mike Pagano
Gentoo Developer - Kernel Project
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Denis Dupeyron | 27 Mar 22:45 2010
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Re: Not so new developer: Dominik Kapusta (ayoy)

On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 10:00 AM, Mike Pagano <mpagano <at> gentoo.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 27 March 2010 06:23:17 Petteri Räty wrote:
>> An another one of pva's low-hanging fruits. One of the countless KDE/Qt
>> minions from Poland we have Dominik "ayoy" Kapusta. He was located at
>
>
> Welcome fellow coder-cyclist.  The more 'roadies' in the place the better.
> One day Calchan will lead us all on a ride over Alpe d'Huez.

Welcome Dominik. You guys can can go first on the Alpe d'Huez. I still
need to finish reading the user manual of that bike I bought last fall
after a 20-year break. After that I'll still have to find a way to
carry a a beer keg and keep it cool for hours.

You know what? You might not want to wait for me...

Denis.

Denis Dupeyron | 29 Mar 18:30 2010
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New Devrel Lead: Petteri Räty (Betelgeuse)

The Devrel project just held its mandatory yearly election. There was
only one running candidate, Petteri Räty (Betelgeuse), and thus he is
our new Devrel Lead.

Please join me in congratulating Petteri for his election, and in
thanking Christina Gianelloni for all these years of hard work at the
head of Devrel, her vision, and her commitment to making the very
technical Gentoo ecosystem more human.

Denis.

Steve Dibb | 30 Mar 05:35 2010
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Re: �

Denis Dupeyron wrote:

> Please join me in congratulating Petteri for his election, and in
> thanking Christina Gianelloni for all these years of hard work at the
> head of Devrel, her vision, and her commitment to making the very
> technical Gentoo ecosystem more human.

I honestly don't know to accurately portray thanks for such a thankless 
job, but ... thanks. :)

If you're ever near Utah, I'll buy you a $(local drink).  Whatever that is.

Steve


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