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I work at Red Hat, mainly on ["Anaconda"] .  I maintain some additional installation-related projects like ["pykickstart"] , ["system-config-kickstart"] , and ["firstboot"] .  I've also helped out on other projects like pyparted and rhpxl when needed.  My main focus early on was making kickstart more of a formal language and more helpful as a QA tool.  While I'm still spending time on that, pykickstart has stabilized enough to allow me to work on other things.  Right now I am spending most of my time redoing anaconda internals and trying to make the installation process more robust, easier to work on, and friendlierThere's a lot of work to do.
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I work at Red Hat, mainly on [[Anaconda]] and additional installation-related projects like [[pykickstart]] and [[pyparted]].  My main focus early on was making kickstart more of a formal language and more helpful as a QA tool.  Now that pykickstart is mature and basically in maintainence mode, I have turned my attention to developing automated storage testing and working on big new ideas for the future of installation.  For the most part, a lot of this work is anaconda internal stuff that you'll never see, but I have a couple more visible ideas in the works.
  
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Basically, I never update this page because I'm too busy working.
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Revision as of 19:46, 10 September 2010

Chris Lumens

Email: MailTo(clumens@redhat.com)

I work at Red Hat, mainly on Anaconda and additional installation-related projects like pykickstart and pyparted. My main focus early on was making kickstart more of a formal language and more helpful as a QA tool. Now that pykickstart is mature and basically in maintainence mode, I have turned my attention to developing automated storage testing and working on big new ideas for the future of installation. For the most part, a lot of this work is anaconda internal stuff that you'll never see, but I have a couple more visible ideas in the works.

Basically, I never update this page because I'm too busy working.