I, Andy Whitcroft, apply for core-dev.
Who I am
Tell us a bit about yourself.
My Ubuntu story
I first met Linux with a RedHat 5.0 installation we used to create a firewall for our lab. We then moved to Debian as it was so much easier to manage with network updates. I worked on the Linux Kernel for about 5 years using a Debian based desktop install, finally moving to Ubuntu Hardy as it offered me Debian goodness, but without having to run unstable + a handy kit of hand built packages. I no longer needed to maintain my own machine just to get work done. I then had the opportunity to shift my Linux Kernel focus to Ubuntu full-time joining the Ubuntu kernel team working for Canonical. I have worked on the Ubuntu kernel team for over 3.5 years now, primarily focussed on the development releases. I have been Kernel Release Manager in a couple of releases. I am now also on the Plus One maintenance team and during that have had the oppotunity to branch out into other areas.
Examples of my work / Things I'm proud of
Areas of work
Let us know what you worked on, with which development teams / developers with whom you cooperated and how it worked out.
Things I could do better
Plans for the future
What I like least in Ubuntu
Please describe what you like least in Ubuntu and what thoughts do you have about fixing it.
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