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authorArne Babenhauserheide <>2011-04-06 15:06:21 +0200
committerArne Babenhauserheide <>2011-04-06 15:06:21 +0200
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@@ -46,6 +46,8 @@ FIrstoff: It is about making it possible for me to hack on the Hurd using my fav
Also I can learn more about accessing low-level interfaces directly (as opposed to just using higher level abstractions) and grok the ins and outs of creating Python extensions - into which I wanted to dive for a long time now.
+And I helped getting the project running and have been intrigued by how far it can be pushed.
### Have you been involved in any free software ("Open Source") projects yet? Which projects, how long, and in what way have you been involved? Have you been active in the Hurd project/Hurd community before?
I worked on documentation and news for the Hurd, wrote two plugins and the usage guide for Mercurial and created a bunch of personal Python projects. Also I generally try to nudge other Hurd developers into the direction of actually getting the system useful for people (and communicating its strengths) - and do the same for the freenet project.