About

My name is Edward Robinson currently living in Ontario, Canada. I’m a computer science major at the University of Toronto and I have been using Linux since 2003 and Ubuntu since May 2005.

I would like to see Ubuntu grow, and more users being able to use Ubuntu problem free. To do this I feel that One of the most important things is to support new users, and the Ubuntu forums have played a very important role in this. I would like to continue to become a part of this growing community, and to grow with it. I became a ubuntu member on January 24 2006, 21:00 UTC!

2 Responses to About

  1. Sheryl-Ann says:

    Hi Edward,

    I just saw your post about the new version of Democracy, thanks.
    Up until now we’ve definitely been working on the release early, release (fairly) often model and relying on user feedback to finish bug fixes. The forums are really important tool for that and Nick (our Director) and our programmers like Ben check it on a regular basis.

    As we move towards 1.0 we are definitely want to have a more stable release right off the bat and are always looking for more people to do testing.

    And we’re looking for input on what we’re doing well and what we could be doing better. So please keep the feedback coming, and let me know if you would like me to keep you updated on what’s going on at our end.
    On a totally seperate note how is Toronto? I recently moved after having been there for a few years and I’m definitely missing it in the summer.
    Sheryl-Ann
    sas@pculture.org

  2. Kleavon says:

    No health care problem in raising wang

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