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My name is Chow Loong Jin, and I am currently a Computer Engineering student at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. I have been an Ubuntu user since July 2006, shortly after the release of Ubuntu Dapper Drake.
Active member of SingaporeTeam.
- Banshee Team and Banshee Unstable Team administrator and PPA maintainer, since May 2008.
- Geany Dev Team Administrator and PPA Maintainer since February 2009.
- Member of the Debian CLI Applications Team, as of January 2009.
- SRUs and other bug-fixes
Among the packages I've packaged, and have entered Ubuntu are:
Packages which have entered Debian but not Ubuntu:
Packages still waiting in REVU:
Packages maintained in Debian:
- banshee (co-maintained with Sebastian Dröge)
- taglib-sharp (co-maintained with Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo and Sebastian Dröge)
- Banshee 1.4.3-3ubuntu1
- nautilus-share 0.7.2-4ubuntu1
#248705 Evolution Exchange does not authenticate to Exchange servers with a relative path in the form action, e.g. "owaauth.dll"
#263779 Evince hijacks global multimedia keys
#186938 nautilus-wallpaper not working in hardy heron after update to nautilus-2.21.6
#287374 [Intrepid] Suspend fails when telling pm-utils to use uswsusp
#201462 nautilus-gksu stopped working in hardy
#268141 no ssh-agent after resume from hibernate
#329125 Evolution Calendar sets wrong foreground colour for calendar items
#322781 banshee doesn't save new last.fm stations (backported fix by Gabriel Burt from SVN)
#257060 installing samba through nautilus crashes if synaptic is open
#293601 folder sharing - share name = empty despite given name
#305987 Sharing is enabled despite the package manager failing to install missing packages
#209136 [nautilus-share] use system icons
#202089 Pulseaudio is blocking normal sound after resume
Now, my interests have moved towards desktop applications. I am currently familiar with Python, Bash, C and C++, as well as Java, though my language of choice is C++. I am in the midst of development of a download manager, written with Gtkmm, Curl (thinking of changing to CurlPP), and the boost libraries. It does not have a name yet as the only name I had come up with (HyperGet) was already taken.