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From Nicolas Lalevée <nicolas.lale...@anyware-tech.com>
Subject Re: AW: [VOTE][RESULT] add Nicolas Lalevée as committer
Date Tue, 25 Mar 2008 14:03:14 GMT
Le lundi 25 février 2008, Jan.Materne@rzf.fin-nrw.de a écrit :
> > > With 13 binding +1, 1 non binding, and one "accordez moi",
> >
> > I'm pleased to
> >
> > > announce that this vote passed successfully.
> > >
> > > Nicolas, we are honoured to welcome you as a new Apache Ant committer.
> > >
> > > I will contact you in private to give you some details on what you need
> > > to do now to wear your ASF committer hat :-)
> > >
> > > Welcome aboard!
> >
> > I am honoured to be part of the Apache family. :)
> >
> > Following the tradition let's introduce myself.
> >
> > I am 27 years old, french, and I live in Toulouse, while
> > being in the heart a
> > mediterranean as all my childhood was in front of the see.
> >
> > I started to not only use computers but try to improve them
> > with a Ti-89
> > calculator [1]. So I started at a very low level with some
> > 68k asm, and then
> > I quickly learned C to avoid some headache.
> >
> > Then I discovered Java in my french engineering school which
> > I found pretty
> > cool in transforming segmentation faults into NPEs. After my
> > graduation I did
> > an internship at Anyware Technologies where I discovered the web
> > applications, the open source and the Apache Foundation via
> > Sylvain Wallez.
> > Thank you Sylvain for introducing me to the Apache projects,
> > but most of all
> > to the community aspect of the foundation.
> >
> > Working on different projects I learned first about Cocoon,
> > then I did some
> > Eclipse plugins. After that I deeply looked into Lucene, also
> > OpenRDF, and
> > learned about Ivy after some maven frustration. I also get
> > interested by
> > Husdon, did an Ivy plugin and became a committer there. Then
> > little on my own
> > (I would like to thank my managers to allow me to do so) I
> > decided to try to
> > make IvyDE work because I was bugging me and a lot of my
> > colleagues, forcing
> > us to use some tricks. I had some difficulties to enter into
> > the Eclipse JDT
> > framework, but some thread on the ivy user mailing list keep
> > me investigating
> > bugs. Now that I know deeper Eclipse, I will continue to
> > improve IvyDE
> > because I think that even if Ant + Ivy can be a standalone
> > core build system,
> > tools for users do make the difference between a application
> > and a great
> > application.
> >
> > Thank you everyone!
> >
> > Nicolas
> >
> > [1] http://www.hibnet.org/ti.php
> >
> > PS: special dedication to my father who wrote me a dedication in his
> > book : "you have to contribute to the open source !". Done dad ! ;)
>
> Welcome Nicolas.
> Maybe you could update the committer page when you have commit rights.

I got my commits rights, it is time to test them :)

But I am not sure which page you are talking about. There is this one :
http://ant.apache.org/contributors.html

But I don't see Xavier, Maarten or Gilles over there.
And as far as I know there isn't a such page on the ivy site.

So only reference to them I have found is there:
https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ant/ivy/core/trunk/RELEASE_NOTES

Nicolas

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