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I, <YOUR NAME>, apply for <universe-contributor|MOTU|core-dev|upload rights for package(s) <X>>.
Who I am
My name is Christian and I am a junior lawyer from germany. So I am not in touch with it-business in my professional life. Ubuntu and free software is my hobby and I like to contribute as much as my time allows.
My Ubuntu story
I am using kubuntu for several years now and I started my "Ubuntu story" with giving support in the german speaking kubuntu community (http://www.kubuntu-de.org).
We had varied history and currently I am the carrier of this website. I think we are quite successful and I hope we will be in future.
Some month ago I started my packaging carrier and since then I contributed the international way. There is still a lot of to learn for me, but I think I got in touch with Kubuntu development and I enjoy it.
My fist involvement were some plasma-widget packages. After that I joined the Kubuntu "Ninjas" team and helped packaging KDE 4.3.*.
I am proud of packaging bilbo, which was not so easy for a beginner and took some time.
As I said before, there is still more room for learning, but I think I am ready now for joining the MOTU team.
Examples of my work / Things I'm proud of
- koffice 2.0.8* (PPA only)
- Helped packaging KDE 4.3*
Areas of work
I worked with the Kubuntu team. I already fixed some bugs, for example bug 409407 (which was fixed upstream before it succeeded) and bug 411020 (not my patch of course, I am not a coder)
Things I could do better
I would like to do more bug triage. Packaging is fun, but a distribution lives from fixing relevant bugs as fast as possible and handle irrelevant bugs as good as we can to keep the user satisfied.
What I like least in Ubuntu
It would be great if REVU returns as a platform for non MOTUs to upload packages (modified probably), which are fixed and not new. The current method seems to be more inefficient to me.
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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.'' === Areas of Improvement ===