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Atom is one of my all-time favorite text editor, and it being open source I wanted to help develop it. I worked on a couple of core packages, starting with a small bugfix for the atom/wrap-guide (#72). Later I added a feature to atom/github that allows you to view the credentials you entered when communicating with the remote (#1808).
I also have a Pull Request open on the main repository to add an option for community packages to prevent a tab from being closed (#13812).
Besides contributing to the core project, I also contribute to the Atom Linter project. This started with adding an intelligent disable function to the linter package for HTMLHint (#172). I also started my own linter package, based on a fork of linter-htmlhint, for htmllint that you can find on GitHub.
Other then that I worked on or participated in the following threads:
- atom/flight-manual#420: Updated the instruction on setting up the development environment on Windows.
- area/language-latex#181: Fixed autocomplete when a latex command is started with a backslash, e.g
\subparare both autocompleted to
- steelbrain/linter#1598: Don't wipe lint message when a file is opened in two seperate text editors.