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Who I am
My Ubuntu story
Kubuntu was my first Linux distribution I've installed in my computer and I never left it. After installing it, I started to study how it worked and giving support in the italian forum, I'm still doing this but in a different way, I keep now update users about what we are doing in the Kubuntu development. I writed also some wiki page in italian wiki about how Kubuntu and KDE applications works, there was none one about KDE/Kubuntu before that. I started to partecipate with Italian Marketing Team to ship CDs to people without broadband and ship stickers made by System76. Then, I started to work in the Kubuntu development and I became Kubuntu Ninjas and Kubuntu member.
Examples of my work / Things I'm proud of
There is no specific work for which I am proud of it. I am proud to partecipate in the development of Kubuntu. Anyway:
- KDE package maintenance in general.
- All of the KDE/Qt applications I've been able to package
- Fix for these two bugs at the end of Lucid cycle:
Areas of work
I'm involved with the maintenance of our core KDE packages, I like to work in packaging release of KDE and in its build dependends, I started with KDE 4.2.3 I work very hard also in backporting KDE release. I am active with other non-core KDE packages that are in main like Konversation, Qt libs, phonon, digikam, QtCurve, K3b, Ktorrent, etc, and all KDE build-depends. Every development cycle starts I do many merges with Debian. I like also keeping update the KDE/Qt packages in the Universe repository. I can do library transitions, upgrades, merges, and I can make package with cdbs and debhelper.
Things I could do better
I would like to do more bug triage like I did in the end of the cycle of Lucid, but spare time is not enough sometimes.
Plans for the future
I plan to keep on maintaining the core KDE packages as well as non-core KDE applications in both main and universe. I will do what I can do, like I did in the other cycles
What I like least in Ubuntu
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