you're not quite the only one, my first fedora package had to come here, so
I was fairly new as well. I did my best to update the docs in the wiki so
the same questions wouldn't have to be asked twice.
On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 2:55 PM, Richard Shaw <hobbes1069(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I just wanted to introduce myself to the list. I'm not particularly
verbose so I hope this will do. I look forward to contributing to
other packages after I improve my packaging knowledge base.
I guess one thing I can brag about is apparently I'm the first person
to become a RPMFusion packager without having first become a Fedora
I'm working on a few packages for Fedora[1,2] but openshot just
happened to get approved first.
Richard M. Shaw
 openCOLLADA: 3D import and export library. Blender is the only
linux user I know of but it's compiled in staticly by default so has
been stripped out of the default Fedora build.
 discspan: I'm co-maintiner of this project on sourceforge. It's a
(relatively) simple python script to archive files in a directory
structure to CD or DVD. It doesn't compress or tar them together so
each file is individually accessible. Good for archiving picture and
music libraries since the files are generally already compressed
(jpeg, mp3, ogg, etc.). I'm still getting the package into shape for