Simon Quigley is creating Lubuntu
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Hi, I'm Simon Quigley. I'm the Lubuntu Release Manager, an Ubuntu Core Developer, and a Debian Developer. I'm also an Executive Producer for the Ask Noah Show and the Director of Operations at Altispeed Technologies.

In general, I just really enjoy contributing to and using free software; if you like my work or find it particularly useful, feel free to toss a coin in the hat. :)
Tiers
Thanks
$1 or more per month 3 patrons
You're a pretty darn cool person; you deserve a thank you.
Coffee!
$5 or more per month 4 patrons
Since you just bought me a coffee, I'll give you a private email address you can use to direct my attention to work on something while I'm caffeinated from the aforementioned coffee (two hours a month). Have ideas? Shoot!
Moar coffee!
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
Much, much more coffee. You still get the private email address, but you can direct my attention to something that can take eight hours worth of work instead of just two.
Goals
$23 of $150 per month
Monthly living expenses. Driving a car costs money...
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Hi, I'm Simon Quigley. I'm the Lubuntu Release Manager, an Ubuntu Core Developer, and a Debian Developer. I'm also an Executive Producer for the Ask Noah Show and the Director of Operations at Altispeed Technologies.

In general, I just really enjoy contributing to and using free software; if you like my work or find it particularly useful, feel free to toss a coin in the hat. :)

Recent posts by Simon Quigley

Tiers
Thanks
$1 or more per month 3 patrons
You're a pretty darn cool person; you deserve a thank you.
Coffee!
$5 or more per month 4 patrons
Since you just bought me a coffee, I'll give you a private email address you can use to direct my attention to work on something while I'm caffeinated from the aforementioned coffee (two hours a month). Have ideas? Shoot!
Moar coffee!
$20 or more per month 0 patrons
Much, much more coffee. You still get the private email address, but you can direct my attention to something that can take eight hours worth of work instead of just two.