here is my introduction: my name is Jens Klöcker. I'm currently
working as the principal system architect and configuration manager
for an e-learling company in Mannheim, Germany.
My interest in version control software comes from my job _and_ from
my personal interests. Up to now I'm using CVS, but I've also used
PRCS for some smaller projects. Additionally, I had a closer look at
Perforce, but rejected it because of it's license model.
I have a background in designing and implementing SGML/XML processing
software and Web-based user interfaces. My programming language
knowledge includes Perl, ML (Ocaml), C and some (X)Emacs-Lisp. In the
Subversion project I would like to be involved when it comes to
writing a Perl interface to the libraries, integrate Perl into the
server or designing and implementing a Web-interface (e.g., like
cvsweb). I can also help in writing an (X)Emacs client.
For the first time, I would like to mainly join your discussions to
get a feeling on what's going on here. But I don't like to only
discuss---I like to help this impressive project to become succesful
and will hopefully soon be able to contribute code.
Jens Klöcker <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Co-existence or no existence.
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:24 2006