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* Fedora Linux (fedora.us) trusted developer
 
* Fedora Linux (fedora.us) trusted developer
 
* and since some reviewers pound on metrics: I've done lots of package reviews, too, but the metrics don't cover the old bugzilla - we've had mandatory reviews and approvals for package updates in the policies
 
* and since some reviewers pound on metrics: I've done lots of package reviews, too, but the metrics don't cover the old bugzilla - we've had mandatory reviews and approvals for package updates in the policies
 
=== Sponsor of the following Fedora Packaging people ===
 
[http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/PackageMaintainers/HowToGetSponsored How to get ''sponsored''?]
 
 
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Denis Arnaud
 
* Andreas Bierfert
 
Tony Breeds
 
Jasper Capel
 
Chris Chabot (inactive account)
 
* Ralf Corsépius
 
Richard Fearn
 
Stefan Schulze Frielinghaus
 
Marcin Garski
 
* Dennis Gilmore
 
Vladislav Grinchenko
 
John T. Guthrie III
 
Matthias Haase
 
Gavin Henry (inactive account)
 
* Denis Leroy
 
Jon Levell
 
Axel Liljencrantz
 
* Gerard Milmeister
 
Sarantis Paskalis
 
* Brian Pepple
 
* Jochen Schmitt (according to himself, not according to the FAS)
 
Rick L Vinyard Jr
 
Eric Work
 
Marcin Zajączkowski
 
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Not including those which have resigned. The asterisk marks those with sponsor status.
 

Revision as of 21:11, 10 March 2010

Michael Schwendt

E-mail contact: mschwendt at fedoraproject dot org


Activities within Fedora

  • Fedora Contributor (sponsor status for package maintainers)

Past Activities within Fedora

  • Plague wrangler: made myself obsolete here (tarball releases from the Plague-0_4_5 branch)
  • Fedora Extras repository management (pushscripts, build report, broken deps report and various package-tests)
  • Fedora Extras Steering Committee (FESCo) member, re-elected but resigned
  • Fedora Merge member
  • Fedora Linux (fedora.us) trusted developer
  • and since some reviewers pound on metrics: I've done lots of package reviews, too, but the metrics don't cover the old bugzilla - we've had mandatory reviews and approvals for package updates in the policies