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I, Dmitry Shachnev, apply for upload rights for these packages:
the qt5 packageset
Who I am
I’m author of ReText editor, and some smaller projects and libraries. In real life, I’m 19-year-old student at Mathematics department of Moscow State University.
My Ubuntu story
I’ve been using Ubuntu since version 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon), started contributing to Ubuntu/Debian in summer 2011 (retext changelog dates back to Mon, 13 Jun 2011).
I have chosen Ubuntu because of its good hardware support and nice default interface.
Now I am maintaining lots of packages in both Debian and Ubuntu, and am active member some Debian packaging teams.
My areas of involvement:
- python*-defaults packages;
My own apps (ReText, Unity-Mail);
- Qt (I am member of Debian Qt/KDE team, co-maintaining Qt 5 packages there);
- Ubuntu packaging guide;
- Random bits of GNOME;
- Random syncs and merges from Debian.
Examples of my work / Things I'm proud of
For the Python packages in question, I am the primary maintainer. Any recent upload is done by myself.
For the Qt packages in question, here is an incomplete list of my uploads:
Areas of work
Apart from packaging, I am also:
translating packages (as a part of my UbuntuRussianTranslators team membership);
- triaging bugs;
- contributing upstream (i.e. I’ve become upstream contributor to Qt this cycle);
- sponsoring packages for others;
- helping others in the IRC.
Things I could do better
I take very little care of documentation. Some of my packages are not documented at all (such as PyMarkups and Unity Mail).
Plans for the future
I want to become a core developer at some point in the future. I am also in the process of becoming a Debian Developer.
What I like least in Ubuntu
I think our level of collaboration with GNOME (and some other upstream projects), is not good enough. There are people who upload packages with patches not forwarded upstream (or even to Debian). There is no communication between the design teams, and development of new features (like control center panels or apps) is not coordinated, so we sometimes end up doing duplicate (and incompatible) work — the Indicators/AppMenu and online accounts stories are good examples.
Another thing I dislike are the new vUDS-es. Though I have never participated in a “real” UDS, I think that relying on a trird-party proprietary service, that needs one to have a profile in a social network, is a no-no for an open source project.
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