I normally don't follow those chain letters - but I guess I have no choice here, since Derick "tagged" me :) - whatever this exactly means. Not knowing the term in this context seems common though.
So now it is time to tell seven things about me:
I love playing and training Badminton in / for a local sports league.
I still get mails from people who want to use Image_3D for serious. Either in web shops for "live" rendering of shop items in different colors, or other variants.
Implementing parsers for markup like ReStructured texts - which is not possible to describe by either a regular or context sensitive grammar - for the eZ Conponents document components was great fun and pain at the same time. :)
In my free time I currently mainly develop arbit - a future replacement for trac and similar tools.
I am especially looking forward to the PHP Unconference this year, which hopefully will take place again in Hamburg.
I love cooking, eating and drinking - gladly I do sports two to three times a week to compensate that.
I am a (sadly currently inactive) member of the german pirate party.
So, let me split the baton I got from Derick in seven pieces and pass it on:
Toby, who convinced me years ago to speak at conferences and try to contribute Image_3D to PEAR - which surprisingly worked.
Mapi, who joined our the PHP user group Dortmund about two years ago and was a perfect match.
Tobi, who sadly had to left our user group, because he moved to Hamburg, has been a bit quite in his open source activity recently, but hopefully gets a bit more active.
Arne, my brother - a constant source of inspiration, when it comes to topics only slightly related to computer science, like philosophy or electrical engineering, or especially robotics.
Dominik, a new face in the PHP open source scene, mostly doing model driven development at SAP.
Johannes, I always have a really nice chat with, when we meet at conferences, or when he guides me through Munich. Again - thanks for those two days. :)
Jakob, who also tends to have weired ideas, like developing a LUA environment to be PHP for really small embedded systems, like DBoxes.
So let "tagging" continue - even though tagging is broken. :)
Quoting 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 wierd.
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.
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