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On all of these machines I have written infrastructure to perform builds inside chroots, ensuring a consistent environment and allowing me to work on multiple things simultaneously.
They all have various tools installed (git, pkgvi, pkglint, etc) to aid my personal development workflow.
We then make heavy use of Git Hub and Jenkins to manage automatic builds when pushing to various branches.
Others for me are unprivileged support, signed packages, multi-version support, pbulk, and probably a lot of other things I've forgotten and take for granted! This is where I spend the majority of my time working on pkgsrc, and it is all performed remotely on a number of zones running in the Joyent Public Cloud.
The pkgsrc team has prepared the 50th release of their package management system, with the 2016Q1 version. I work as a Software Engineer for Joyent, where we provide Smart OS zones (also known as "containers" these days) running pkgsrc.
It's infrequent event, as the 100th release will be held after 50 quarters. This means I am in the privileged position of getting paid to work full-time on what for many years has been my hobby.
There's lots more to do in this area though to ensure users of all abilities can contribute meaningfully.
Most of my day-to-day work though is general bug fixing and updating packages, performing the quarterly release builds, and maintaining our build infrastructure.