What responsibilities do you have inside of the project?
- helping with t_functional
- Anything I'm able to do
- Email: christoph dot galuschka at SPAMFREE chello dot at
- IRC: tigalch
What are your personal interests in the CentOS project?
- Giving some of the time back which CentOS saves me
- Working with a great OS
List of achievements
What have you accomplished already?
Made it to QA
Personal TODO list
What items are you going to do (if time permits)?
- Deploy more C6 machines at work
- Getting up to speed with QA
Christoph Galuschka does a lot of things, but likes umpiring tennis matches and riding his street cycle the most.
I'm from Innsbruck, Austria. I will be 39 when C5 reaches EOL I came to know Linux in 1999 since it was "the" server OS of my employer at that time (kernel 2.0, slackware and patching raid-drivers into the kernel ). I first met CentOS in 2005 (I think) as the basic OS for an Enterprise Groupware Server (instant oGO). Needles to say it works flawless. My company then changed and so I moved to OpenSuSE (it was allready in use at my new employer), but still kept an eye on CentOS. The changes in lifecycle support of OpenSuSE made me suggest a change of OS, and so I suggested CentOS6 (it's advantages making superb arguments). The suggestion was accepted and I'm currently moving my plan into action.
Finding t_functional finally gave me an opportunity to help and give something back (as CentOS also saves me a lot of time).
And here we are
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