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I, Anthony Wong, apply for upload rights for Ubuntu Kylin package set.
Who I am
My name is Anthony Wong, living in Beijing. I have been involved in FLOSS since 1998. My Linux journey began when I first tried Redhat 4.2 in the summer before the program of my master degree of computer science started. My first FLOSS contribution is some RPM packaging. Redhat 4.2 was a solid distribution with a great user manual for newbies like me at that time, but system upgrade was a nightmare.
Soon after that I tried Debian and found apt-get just won RPM management hands down. The spirit of DFSG also made me a firm follower of Debian and so I tried my best to apply for Debian Developer and was accepted. Ever since, FLOSS has become part of my life, no matter in my postgraduate study, my work and my hobby.
My previous jobs include PHP and Java web development, C system programming, the RAYS distribution by Sun Wah Linux and OEM preload project at Novell/SUSE. Currently I worked at Canonical as project manager of OEM PC hardware enablement and Ubuntu Kylin.
My Ubuntu story
Before joining Canonical I've been using Ubuntu on and off. Since 2011, Ubuntu is my primary desktop OS.
Tell us how and when you got involved, what you liked working on and what you could probably do better.
Examples of my work / Things I'm proud of
Areas of work
I am currently in the Ubuntu Kylin team and working with engineers from NUDT and ubuntu desktop developers. 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
Some wiki pages are outdated and could be confusing to new contributors, like how to contribute fixes to Ubuntu. For example, one can attach a debdiff patch to a bug or link a Bzr branch.
For translators, the translation facility provided by Launchpad is quite limited. Ability to review and use other languages as reference are nice features, but we found it is not enough for our workflow when we were working on translation with the Ubuntu Kylin team. We do not only need the ability to review but the reviewer has to provide feedback to the translators so that the translators can refine the translations.
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== <SPONSORS NAME> == === General feedback === ## Please fill us in on your shared experience. (How many packages did you sponsor? How would you judge the quality? How would you describe the improvements? Do you trust the applicant?) === Specific Experiences of working together === ''Please add good examples of your work together, but also cases that could have handled better.'' ## Full list of sponsored packages can be generated here: ## http://ubuntu-dev.alioth.debian.org/cgi-bin/ubuntu-sponsorships.cgi? === Areas of Improvement ===