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'''I, <YOUR NAME>, apply for <universe-contributor|MOTU|core-dev>.''' '''I, Christophe Sauthier (huats on IRC), apply for MOTU.'''
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|| '''Name''' || <YOUR NAME> ||
|| '''Launchpad Page''' || <link to your launchpad page> ||
|| '''Wiki Page''' || <link to your Wiki page> ||
|| '''Name''' || Christophe Sauthier ||
|| '''Launchpad Page''' || http://launchpad.net/~christophe.sauthier ||
|| '''Wiki Page''' || https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ChristopheSauthier ||
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''Tell us a bit about yourself.'' I live in France, in Toulouse. I work as a consultant is a small
service company (makina corpus) that only works with/on Open Source
Software. My main hobbies are Free Software, basketball and cooking.
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''Tell us how you got involved, what you liked working on and what you could probably do better.'' == My involvement ==
I've been using Ubuntu before it had a name :), but I have really
started to contribute for a year and half now (July/August 2007). Before that I
was only focussing in the french Loco (I am the leader of the French
Loco team right now). I am already an Ubuntu Universe Conributor (
since august 2008), https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/motu-council/2008-August/001335.html).
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== My involvement == In my current activities, I am working inside the desktop
team, the motu-mentoring-reception-team, the motu world as a
whole, and finally but not least ubuntu-fr.

I've started contributing to the MOTU community without any precise
goal, but since that day my main areas of contribution fall between the
desktop team (where I follow at least some packages like gcalctool), and
some other gnome related stuffs (based mainly on the need of manpower at the moment).
I also still fix some packages based on a random choice (using harvest by instance).
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Mainly GNOME related stuffs.
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I think I can clearly improve myself.
One of the first thing would be to get a better knowledge of the autotools. By the way it can ge so great to have such a session in a UDW...

I can also improve my QA process. For a few weeks I am using a script of mine to check symbols (it is a derivative from the check-symbols one
which is available in ubuntu-dev-tools), showing that I can improve my packaging methods even that lately.

I think I can also make a better usage of DVCS.
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Keep helping whenever and wherever I can but in the GNOME Front mostly.
I'd also like to help new contributors, through the mentoring program but also participating actively in the sponsoring queue.
As a side note, I have always been thrilled by participating in large transitions (like the python-xml removal stuff by instance), and I think I'll try to participate more in such actions.

I, Christophe Sauthier (huats on IRC), apply for MOTU.

Who I am

I live in France, in Toulouse. I work as a consultant is a small service company (makina corpus) that only works with/on Open Source Software. My main hobbies are Free Software, basketball and cooking.

My Ubuntu story

My involvement

I've been using Ubuntu before it had a name :), but I have really started to contribute for a year and half now (July/August 2007). Before that I was only focussing in the french Loco (I am the leader of the French Loco team right now). I am already an Ubuntu Universe Conributor ( since august 2008), https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/motu-council/2008-August/001335.html).

In my current activities, I am working inside the desktop team, the motu-mentoring-reception-team, the motu world as a whole, and finally but not least ubuntu-fr.

I've started contributing to the MOTU community without any precise goal, but since that day my main areas of contribution fall between the desktop team (where I follow at least some packages like gcalctool), and some other gnome related stuffs (based mainly on the need of manpower at the moment). I also still fix some packages based on a random choice (using harvest by instance).

Examples of my work / Things I'm proud of

Areas of work

Mainly GNOME related stuffs.

Things I could do better

I think I can clearly improve myself. One of the first thing would be to get a better knowledge of the autotools. By the way it can ge so great to have such a session in a UDW...

I can also improve my QA process. For a few weeks I am using a script of mine to check symbols (it is a derivative from the check-symbols one which is available in ubuntu-dev-tools), showing that I can improve my packaging methods even that lately.

I think I can also make a better usage of DVCS.

Plans for the future

General

Keep helping whenever and wherever I can but in the GNOME Front mostly. I'd also like to help new contributors, through the mentoring program but also participating actively in the sponsoring queue. As a side note, I have always been thrilled by participating in large transitions (like the python-xml removal stuff by instance), and I think I'll try to participate more in such actions.

What I like least in Ubuntu

Please describe what you like least in Ubuntu and what thoughts do you have about fixing it.


Comments

If you'd like to comment, but are not the applicant or a sponsor, do it here. Don't forget to sign with @SIG@.


Endorsements

As a sponsor, just copy the template below, fill it out and add it to this section.


TEMPLATE

== <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 ===


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