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  1. Easily manage wine prefixes in a new way. Run Windows software and games on Linux

    Python 345 29

  2. Python application template for elementary OS.

    Python 44 6

  3. A modular and lightweight CMS built with Symfony components and Vue.js

    PHP 34 13

  4. An application for tracking Football scores, designed for elementary OS.

    Python 17 4

  5. Simply extend repos on Ubuntu/Debian and derivatives.

    Vala 10 1

  6. All-in-one solution for the management and security of your Telegram group. This is the third version and is written in C#

    C# 9 1

4,086 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

July 2021

Created 4 repositories

Created a pull request in flathub/flathub that received 23 comments

Add pm.mirko.Amusiz

Please confirm your submission meets all the criteria I have read the App Requirements and App Maintenance pages. My pull request follows the in…

+21 −0 23 comments
Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
1 merged
1 closed
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 1 repository
flathub/flathub 2 pull requests

Created an issue in bottlesdevs/Bottles that received 56 comments

Be less alcohol related

Bottles is a prefix manager for Wine, so it was easy to fall into the game of adapting to wine-based nomenclature. I would like to remedy this situ…

Opened 7 other issues in 6 repositories
1 open 1 closed
1 open
1 closed
1 closed
1 closed
1 open
Answered 1 discussion in 1 repository
9 contributions in private repositories Jul 1 – Jul 21

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