[haiku-development] Re: My svn Access :)

Hi Frederik,

On 24/04/2008, Fredrik Modéen <fredrik@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Wow that was a lot of mails. No one on this list can&#8217;t say that I
>  don't exist ;)
>
>  Feels weird to debate my own svn access but on the other hand we are judge
>  every day :)
>
>  So to introduce myself would be a good thing.
>
>  I&#8217;m 34 with wife and children lives in Sweden.  My first contact
>  with BeOS was in 98 with R3 I later tested R4 (think I skipped 4.5). With
>  R5 I begun to think that a laptop (PII 233ghz) with BeOS R5 and a
>  genealogy application (as that was my interest then) would be a good
>  combination but by then I didn&#8217;t know c or c++ and was working as a
>  PC technician and installing computers.
>   2002 I begun to develop some c++ (my genealogy application that still are
>  not released) and was now working with Web development PHP and ASP. 2003
>  I was laid off and started to study at Stockholm University were I read 3
>  years including c/c++, java and so on.
>  Today and last 2 years I have been working full time as a .NET C#
>  developer And the project I have been working with for BeOS/Zeta (mostly
>  Zeta) are following
>  FreeRa,  No write access but patches.
>  (http://sourceforge.net/projects/freera/)
>  Transmission,  As they did a fundamental change I stop here as it
>  wouldn&#8217;t build any more on Zeta.
>  Themis, but that patch was never validated.
>  GLQuake, update  (http://www.bebits.com/app/4308) (write access)
>  Snes, this are probably my biggest release (or update as I&#8217;, not the
>  author but the new maintainer). http://www.bebits.com/app/3352
>  For Haiku, GLteapot, MediaPlayer and now I&#8217;m working on Joystick
>  pref app.

An updated version of transmission would be nice for Haiku :)

>
>  I will stay on the media side of Haiku as my personal goal for Haiku are a
>  media center / game box like system where you can play SNES with a gamepad
>  :)
>
>  So what happens now? What do I need to do?

Nothing I guess. SVN access or not, just keep producing patches.
Either you'll commit
them yourself soon (which is more likely), or someone else will do that for you.

>
>  --
>  MVH
>
> Fredrik Modéen
>

Keep up the good work!

Regards,
-- 
Salvatore Benedetto (a.k.a. emitrax)
Student of Computer Engineer
University of Pisa
www.haiku-os.it

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