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Jonathan Carter (highvoltage)

Location

Cape Town, South Africa

Blog

https://jonathancarter.org

E-Mail

jcc@debian.org

IRC

highvoltage on oftc / freenode

Ring

highvoltage

Mastodon

https://mastodon.xyz/@highvoltage

DDPO

https://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=jcc

Jonathan Carter

Packages

See my DDPO report page for more details on my packages. My current focus is on packaging some of the most popular gnome-shell extensions so that users don't have to download tarballs from the GNOME extensions site. Other than that I'm getting my packages in good shape for the Stretch (Debian 9.0) release.

In the kde-extras team, I work on the following packages:

In the Debian python teams, I work on the following packages:

In the debian-jr team, I maintain the following packages:

If you're having trouble getting hold of me regarding one of my packages, then feel free to take advantage of my LowThresholdNmu or LowThresholdAdoption policies.

Sponsoring

When I have some time, I sponsor packages on the Debian mentors site.

Additionally, I try to help regular uploaders to prepare applying for DM status. This is for people who are already comfortable with packaging and are thinking about taking the leap. If you have any pending uploads that need review/sponsoring, I will prioritize those requests over the packages on mentors and will also check in once a week whether there are any pending uploads or if you need any help.

Once I feel comfortable that you can maintain your packages unsupervised, I will nudge you to apply for DM and advocate you when you do so.

Note: Due to time/attention constraints I only have 3 slots available.

Name

QA Page

Last Status

Last check-in

nicoo

DDPO

Intend to apply for DD (current process stalled).

2017-12-11

paddatrapper

DDPO

Intend to apply for DM. On holiday from 14 December.

2017-12-11

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DebConf

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(?DebConf16 photo, copyright Jurie Senekal cc-by 4.0)

AIMS Desktop

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I'm part of the AIMS Desktop team.

AIMS Desktop is a Debian-based system that is used at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, a pan-African institution that currently has 6 centres across Africa. It includes software used in AIMS centres pre-installed (ie, Sagemath, Jupyter Notebook, Texlive, etc). AIMS Desktop used to be based on Ubuntu, so some interface elements have been modified to make the desktop experience more familiar for users.


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