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* [[Fedora_Engineering_Steering_Committee|Fedora Engineering Steering Committee]] for the F25 and F26 release cycle
 
* [[Fedora_Engineering_Steering_Committee|Fedora Engineering Steering Committee]] for the F25 and F26 release cycle
  

Revision as of 10:46, 14 February 2019

Contact info

Email: dominik AT greysector DOT net
IRC : Rathann, channels: #fedora-pl, #fedora-devel, #fedora-science
JID: rathann at jabber dot org

About me

I'm a professional system engineer. I like to keep things neat and tidy, so whenever I come across some software that I (or someone I know) need and that is missing from Fedora, I package it.

Fedora Contributions

Packages

The list of packages maintained by me can be found here.

The list of package reviews done by me is here.

Packages I'm currently working on are listed here

A nice interface to all my packages in all Fedora and EPEL branches.

Packager Sponsorship

I'm a sponsor and I'm always happy to sponsor people who show the necessary skill in creating packages. Contact me if you'd like me to help you become a Fedora Packager.

Here's a list of people I've sponsored so far and their packages. If they screw up, tell me.

Special Interest Groups and Committee membership

Community

Useful links

Dealing with TEXTRELs

SELinux

pkg-config

GIT in Fedora

UEFI

Secure authentication and encryption