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Chuck Anderson

I've been an avid user and contributor to Fedora and Red Hat Linux before that since about 1997 or so. I've packaged software in the past (Charles R. Anderson's RPM packages for DHCP) and contributed to the Fedora Legacy project during its lifetime. My main interests are QA, testing, bug reporting, and packaging, helping to make Fedora and Linux as a whole the best operating system out there.

For my day job, I am the Network Architect at Northeastern University. Previously, I worked as a Network Engineer and Network Architect at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where I used Fedora for our internal systems and services provided to the network. I also do a lot of testing of network equipment, with my primary interests being IPv6 deployment and IP multicast, so naturally I'm interested in these topics in Fedora too.

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Activities within Fedora

  • QA testing.
  • Bug reporting, triaging, and occasional fixing.
  • Submitted the following packages to Fedora:
    • Judy: General purpose dynamic array library
    • miredo: Tunneling of IPv6 over UDP through NATs
    • msed and sedutil
    • ocp: Open Cubic Player for MOD/S3M/XM/IT/SID/MIDI music files
  • Currently maintaining/co-maintaining the following packages:
    • flac123: Command-line program for playing FLAC audio files
    • fping: Scriptable, parallelized ping-like utility
    • kpcli: A command line interface to KeePass database files
    • lsyncd
    • midisport-firmware: Firmware for the M-Audio/Midiman USB MIDI and Audio devices
    • ocp: Open Cubic Player for MOD/S3M/XM/IT/SID/MIDI music files
    • several perl modules
    • rancid
  • What I'm currently working on:
    • Testing new Fedora releases
    • Maintaining packages
  • Other packages of interest I may submit soon or be interested in (co-)maintaining:
    • eNMS
    • Netbox
    • ostinato: Packet/Traffic Generator and Analyzer
    • nagstamon: Nagios status monitor for the desktop
    • sendpage
    • LANdb
    • xboing
    • nosefart
    • koules
    • bb
    • kegs