Applying for the Ubuntu Desktop team

Sebastien Bacher seb128 at
Fri Mar 27 07:27:56 UTC 2020

Hey Marco,

You have been a solid contributor to the desktop packages for some
years. You clearly know your way around packaging and understand the
processes involved (and I would say you have been better recently at
respecting them ;-).

+1 from me to add you to the team, keep up the good work!

Sebastien Bacher

Le 26/03/2020 à 14:49, Marco Trevisan a écrit :
> Hi desktoppers,
> I've been around here for some years, previously working in
> unity-desktop and maintaining also the packaging side of it, (generally
> for unity and bamf [1]), and more recently handling the packaging for
> the gnome-shell stack (mutter [2], shell [3], but I also contributed to
> mozjs, gjs, the extensions and many other gnome packages [4]).
> I've to thank Iain who has been sponsoring most of my shell and
> debian-related contributions and Seb who sponsored many others (like
> nautilus in the past cycles and libfprint stack now), but also Ken who
> published various unity packages in the past.
> My sponsored packages include a good number of debs in both ubuntu [5]
> and debian [6] (although these links don't include most of them).
> In the past years, I've also helped the team with the transition to git
> from bzr [7] and very recently, moving all the packages repositories to
> salsa [8].
> I've waited some long time before applying, cause I'm not in love with
> formalities, but I feel like I'm part of this team since some years now,
> even without dput-powers :).
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