I am a developer of the Arch Linux distribution
I maintain approximately a quarter of the Arch Linux [core] repository including the toolchain (binutils, the gcc packages, glibc and linux-api-headers), its dependencies (cloog, gmp, isl, libmpc, mpfr), autotools and related packages (autoconf, automake, m4, libtool, pkg-config) and other standard development tools (bison, flex, make, patch). I also maintain a whole heap of other stuff needed to package software and make your system run (including bash, coreutils, fakeroot, grep, gzip, less, sed, tar, which). See a complete list of packages I maintain here.
I also am one of the project leads for the development of the Pacman package manager.
I spend a large portion of my spare time doing open source development, in particular for Arch Linux. If you feel like rewarding me for the work I do for free, have a look at my Amazon Wishlist. An Amazon Gift Card starts at just US$0.15 and works just as well as any of the other items!
Arch Development Links
- Packages I maintain in the official repos
- Bugs assigned to me
- My pacman git repo
- Packages I maintain in the AUR
- My developer page
- A not very well maintained TODO list
PKGBUILDs not in the AUR
- i686-pc-mingw cross compiler (using raw gcc sources and how I think it should be packaged…)
- mbpfan (see blog post)