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Welcome new developers

Contributed by deanna on from the newbies dept.

The OpenBSD project gained 11 new developers last week. They are:

  • David Collins (davec@), who will be working on qli(4);
  • Tobias Stoeckmann (tobias@), who will be working on OpenCVS and www [de] translation;
  • Michael Erdely (merdely@), who will be working on ports;
  • Marc Winiger (winiger@), who will be working on cdce;
  • Moritz Grimm (mgrimm@), who will be working on ports;
  • Eric Faurot (eric@), who will be working on ports;
  • Stuart Henderson (sthen@), who will be working on ports;
  • Alexandre Ratchov (ratchov@), who will be working on audio and midi;
  • Charles Longeau (chl@), who will be working on userland;
  • Bret Lambert (blambert@), who will be working on libc and kernel networking;
  • Gilles Chehade (gilles@), who will be working on userland.
Welcome!

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  1. By Pierre-Yves Ritschard (pyr) pyr@spootnik.org on http://spootnik.org

    Welcome guys !

  2. By Venture37 (Venture37) venture37<A>hotmail.com on www.geeklan.co.uk

    congrats guys! :)

  3. By tmib (tmib) t m i b AT x s 4 a l l DOT n l on

    Welcome y'all. Hope to see some very good commits from you ppl in the future. Please give us an update once in a while on what you're working on, this is greatly appreciated and read with interest. Also, don't be afraid to ask if you need anything from the community.

    Comments
    1. By Mike Erdely (merdely) on http://erdelynet.com/

      > Welcome y'all. Hope to see some very good commits from you ppl in the
      > future. Please give us an update once in a while on what you're working
      > on, this is greatly appreciated and read with interest. Also, don't be
      > afraid to ask if you need anything from the community.

      Speaking as someone working on ports: testing and feedback is VERY helpful. Thanks.

      Comments
      1. By Ray Percival (sng) on http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=search&sort=time&query=sng

        > > Welcome y'all. Hope to see some very good commits from you ppl in the
        > > future. Please give us an update once in a while on what you're working
        > > on, this is greatly appreciated and read with interest. Also, don't be
        > > afraid to ask if you need anything from the community.
        >
        > Speaking as someone working on ports: testing and feedback is VERY helpful. Thanks.

        yaifo, ftw.

  4. By Anonymous Coward (74.13.33.74) on

    And many people on misc will note several of those are prominant misc posters too.

    Comments
    1. By mk (130.225.243.71) on

      > And many people on misc will note several of those are prominant misc posters too.

      I would say it's more important that they are tech posters.

  5. By ficovh (189.130.8.231) ficovh@gmail.com on http://blog.bsdguy.net

    This is a Good news. Congrats.

  6. By Anonymous Coward (80.176.71.13) on

    so... when do the new slackers show up on oxide.org?

    Comments
    1. By Brad (2001:4830:122b:4:216:6fff:fe3e:6327) brad at comstyle dot com on

      > so... when do the new slackers show up on oxide.org?

      After 25 commits.

  7. By TylerEss (69.42.228.120) on

    Congrats, and welcome!

  8. By Karl Sjödahl (Dunceor) dunceor@gmail.com on

    Nice always cool with new people since it means more code goes in to the tree.
    Congrats and good luck!

  9. By Jean-Manuel Da Silva (dasilvj) dasilvj@gmail.com on http://www.hkbttw.org

    I know that I'm late... but welcome guys !

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