2010/1/23 Maxim Burgerhout <email@example.com>:
> My name is Maxim Burgerhout and I'd like to start contributing to
> Fedora development by maintaining a couple of packages. I work as a
> sysadmin / Linux consultant for my daytime job. Over the last couple
> of years, I have mainly worked with Red Hat boxes. During several
> training sessions I had at Red Hat over the past few years, I learned
> to create RPM's (amongst other things, of course) and I maintain a
> good number of them for internal use. Those are admittedly not build
> by the Fedora Guidelines, but I did my best to follow them correctly.
> I have created a couple of review requests already (linked below). I
> have packaged a couple of programs to get Yubikey support into Fedora.
> Yubikeys are fairly low-tech hardware tokens that generate one-time
> passwords. There's a couple of programs in Fedora to deal with them
> already: pam_yubico and ykclient. I have packaged a library and a
> client tool to customize the AES key in the device.
> As I am (or hope to be) a new packager, I will need sponsorship. I'll
> be more than happy to answer any questions about myself or the
> packages if this is required.
> I apologize if it is not customary to send introductions to these lists.
> My two review requests are at:
> 1. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=557776
> 2. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=557794
Initial mailings to the list are great, especially as its clear you've
done some groundwork already.
It looks like someone has already reviewed one of your packages. I
would advise persistence in getting them reviewed and accepted. There
is plenty of info on the wiki which will hopefully help.
#fedora-devel on IRC is also very helpful, especially when it isn't
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