Joining to global effort of keeping chain-letters alive I’ll do my every best in answering Jay’s meme.
What are the rules ?
- Link your original tagger(s), and list these rules on your blog.
- Share seven facts about yourself in the post - some random, some weird.
- Tag seven people at the end of your post by leaving their names and the links to their blogs.
- Let them know they’ve been tagged by leaving a comment on their blogs and/or Twitter.
The seven facts:
- I’ve been quiet on the public lighttpd side of my life, but I’m still there hanging out with the other team member that are driving the development now. The are doing very good work. Praise them.
- The MySQL Proxy public repo is “current” again and will stay current in the future too. Praise Kay for doing the dirty work.
- I bought my first car with 30, having my driving license since I’m 19. Praise good public transport and my bike.
- Others listen to their favourite music, I watch CNBC as background noise while developing most of my code.
- I prefer taking the train for my KEL - MUC trips (7.5hrs, at least 2hrs longer than by plane). They have power sockets, they have wifi and you get something done.
- I agreed to run 2x 10km races this year after winning some bets for my 6km last year.
- This is the first chain letter I ever answered. No chocolate, no gummibear, … no other chain-letter even in school. Did someone ever got their chocolate bars ?
The seven people:
- Kay Roepke being my comrade in MySQL Proxy is working on ANTLR too.
- Marcus Rueckert from over there at OpenSUSE. Always a helpful dude to the #lighttpd users.
- Lars Kneschke is my brother and works on tine.
- Martin Sarsale from wonderful Argentina who invited me to assado and keeps lighttpd up over there in the south.
- Giuseppe Maxia being the strongest MySQL Proxy advocate, is also the MySQL Community god.
- Pierre Joye who takes care of my Jana and one of the PHP core devs.
- Angela Merkel is our chancelor here in Germany and for sure has seven things we all want to know.