[csw-buildfarm] Fwd: Maintainer
dam at opencsw.org
Sat Oct 23 11:56:06 CEST 2010
nice to see you around again :-)
(We worked together on SE Toolkit some time ago, btw I also made
a package for SE Toolkit which you may want to co-maintain)
Am 23.10.2010 um 02:01 schrieb Jon Craig:
> I'm resending this as I received no response to the first request. I
> suspect its caught in the buildfarm lists lint trap as I wasn't
> subscribed when I first sent it. Of course I didn't realize I needed
> to be subscribed as I simply clicked the "request buildfarm resources"
> on the contribute page.
I think it already is open for posting by anybody.
Ihsan: Is buildfarm@ moderated or subscribers only?
> Please advise as to whether resources are
> available as I need to get going on some packages. I have resources
> but felt it might be easier (setup wise) to use a provided environment
> while I gain a better understanding of whats involved.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Jon Craig <cannedspam.cant at gmail.com>
> Date: Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 09:50
> Subject: Maintainer
> To: buildfarm at opencsw.org
> I am new to the OpenCSW community and only recently discovered your
> excellent collection of packages and distribution system. I am
> promoting the use of OpenCSW at work to solve our open source needs in
> the Solaris environment. I currently need to build some additional
> Perl modules and wish to contribute my efforts back to the community.
> I have a great deal of unix admin experience but would only consider
> myself a novice developer (mostly compiling and installing
> applications). If there are examples of packaging perl modules that I
> could refer to that would be very handy tutorial.
This sounds like you want to join the project and maintain some Perl
modules, excellent! We will need one email sent from your work email
address for identity verification (I already know you, but these are
the project rules...) and your ssh public key. Is your SF username
still jonbcraig ?
The Perl modulare are built with "GAR", please see
for an introduction. A built recipe is usually quite short, e.g.
The heavy lifting is all done in the GAR packaging framework.
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