[CentOS-devel] New SIG I would like to propose

Pouar thepouar at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 20:04:08 UTC 2014


On 03/11/2014 06:02 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> On 03/10/2014 10:01 PM, Pouar wrote:
>> By target do you mean to base CentAP on Wildfly instead of JBoss EAP?
> yeah, as far as i can tell there are no public updates for JBoss EAP -
> so it might be a bit of a dead ending problem, -or- there is enough
> technical depth and motivation, sustained over a period of time, to
> maintain those inhouse ( can be quite a challenge ).
>
> Also, looking back I dont see you involved with the centos ecosystem in
> the past - can you drop in an intro about yourself as well ?
>
> - KB
>
Well since you asked:

I've taught myself how to use Linux using a combination of just screwing 
with it and using Google. I've only been in the Linux scene for a few 
years but I seem to know more than my college does. I've even written a 
few of the Lab assignments even though I was just a student there. My 
main distro on my PC is Arch Linux, but I'm quite interested in Red Hat 
and its tech. I plan on using CentOS as my main server OS Once i get my 
new PC and turn the old one into a server. Right now my site is hosted 
on a crappy handmedown NAS with a proprietary OS so you can see why I'm 
eager to replace it. One reason I proposed that SIG was because I was 
going to use "CentAP" on my website as I plan on writing a lot of it 
using Java EE, but Wildfly would work too. I've been experimenting with 
Wildfly in conjunction with Lighttpd on my Desktop to get more used to 
it. Even though I'm a programmer and a Linux geek, I'm also a Christian 
and am into death metal, deathcore, and deathgrind. I've also tried 
multiple desktop environments, window managers, and several Linux 
distros. I've also tried other open source operating systems like 
FreeBSD and OpenIndiana. Linux is my favorite so far with FreeBSD being 
my second favorite.
-- 
Pouar
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