I'm Paul Gevers, a physics PhD student at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. I have been using Debian and later Ubuntu for some 10 years now and decided that I should contribute to the open source community. Unfortunately I have no advanced programming skills, but I have seen quite some languages.
WinFF - video and audio batch converter using ffmpeg
- This is a GUI written in Free Pascal that uses the power of ffmpeg to convert video files into other formats. It comes with several presets to take get the best out of the format.
- NEdit is a multi-purpose text editor for the X Window System, which combines a standard, easy to use, graphical user interface with the thorough functionality and stability required by users who edit text eight hours a day. It provides intensive support for development in a wide variety of languages, text processors, and other tools, but at the same time can be used productively by just about anyone who needs to edit text. Users of Macintosh and MS Windows based text editors will find NEdit a familiar and comfortable environment.
And I struggled some with:
KSquirrel - image-viewer (LP: 107228)
- KSquirrel is an image viewer for KDE with disk navigator, file tree, multiple directory view, thumbnails, extended thumbnails, dynamic format support, DCOP interface, KEXIF and KIPI plugins support.
I am running through the bugs once in a while and try to triage. I am a little hesitant to change things.
As my native language is Dutch I am helping with the translations (via Dutch-debian).