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bio website quickmediasolutions.com
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Email: admin@quickmediasolutions.com

I use Ubuntu as my primary operating system and absolutely love it. I am also a software developer fluent in C++, PHP, and somewhat-fluent in Python.

Some links:

  • StackApplet - a Gnome applet for keeping track of your activity on this site! Included in Universe for Ubuntu 10.10+.
  • StackExchange Data Dump Browser - a browser for viewing the offline data dumps from this site
  • StackMobile - view the questions, answers, etc. on this site with a smartphone-friendly interface
  • OpenTracks - an open source railway simulation game I started

Jul
19
revised Laptop speakers sound not working but headphone sound working
Adjusted grammar.
Jul
19
reviewed Close Detect wether machine is 32 or 64 bits
Jul
18
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
2
awarded  Inquisitive
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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awarded  Famous Question
Jun
22
comment How do I create a working indicator with Qt/C++?
"There's a better way!" Not with Qt5, there isn't.
Jun
22
comment How to write Appindicators in python?
Literally all the links on the first page are dead and the second link in the answer is dead. Is there a way to use indicators from Python 3?
Jun
20
comment how to add an account to stack applet
@romaan: Yes, the bug is fixed in the PPA version.
Jun
19
comment How to install Stack Applet?
@Cammy: You're welcome - glad to hear! That package is listed as a suggested dependency but it should probably be made a requirement. I'll see if I can get that fixed.
Jun
19
comment How to install Stack Applet?
@Cammy_the_block: I've answered that question.
Jun
19
answered how to add an account to stack applet
Jun
19
revised How to install Stack Applet?
Added note about missing dependency.
Jun
19
comment How to install Stack Applet?
@Cammy_the_block: This may be a long shot, but please try closing StackApplet, opening a terminal, running sudo apt-get install python-appindicator, and then starting StackApplet again.
Jun
19
comment How to install Stack Applet?
@Rinzwind: My name isn't George and I probably frequent Ask Ubuntu as much as Stack Apps.
Jun
19
answered How to install Stack Applet?
May
17
answered How should I package my sources so Launchpad build my package for all versions of Ubuntu?
May
16
comment How do I backport/install a newer version of clang?
@Nickolai: I have no idea. To be honest, now that Trusty is out, I'm not really doing anything with 12.04 any more.