Hi, my name is Hristo Marinov and I live in Sofia, Bulgaria. I'm currently working in optical disc manufacturing, where I implement different roles including machinery maintenance, software applications development, network and system administration. I also develop web applications, that I host on my own servers. I look forward to joining the Fedora community and contributing to this project.
Besides machines and software I like mountains, running, biking and photography.
Thanks and Regards,
My Name is Abrar. I am a Computer Science Engineering Undergrad at APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University. I enjoy working on computer vision, data science projects, and recently I became an executive committee member of our Campus FOSS club which is associated with ICFOSS ( https://icfoss.in). I am a big fan of Fedora and open source in general. I am looking forward to learning, collaborating and and growing with the people at the fedora.
Good Evening together!
I want to give a short introduction my person after joining Fedora Join
My name is Andi Artz, 31 years old (male), living in Germany. I am
married happily with my hussy.
Myself I have ADHD and Asperger-Autism and other stuff xD But this
would be too long to list them all up :D
I am a Freelancer and I am working as a Tutor/Teacher and doing some IT
The way to Fedora community is not really new tbh. I have started using
Fedora 28 and I have been really impressed about the community and
Fedora as an OS itself. Unfortunatly, maybe other know it as well I
Luckily, last year I started using Fedora 33 again due a very good
friend of mine.
After participating on this years F34 release party, I have felt
encouraged to started participating on Fedora.
In Fedora I am also in the brand new F34 i3-spin group and testing the
spin and sharing my upcoming ideas or reporting bugs.
Another group is Fedora Podcast, Fedora D&I Team, Fedora QA.
I am looking forward and having a great time with you all together!
See you soon in the group chats or the next meetings!
Hey there !! I am Vaibhav Sharma from India. I have just finished high school and I am a beginner in competitive programming. I have been using Linux for the past 2 years and Fedora for the past 10 months. I really love Fedora and it's community and want to contribute to Fedora and other open-source projects and become a part of this community.
FAS ID : vaibhavsharma
Hi my name is Pete,
USA / PST
I am looking to change careers from winemaking into system
administration/DevOps and I would like to gain some real world experience
by joining the Fedora Infrastructure team. I use Fedora every day and it
would be great to give back to the community.
My skills right now include Linux System Administration, Python,
containers, VMs, and a little bit of infrastructure as code. I mess around
with my homelab, and am currently taking online courses as well as studying
for the RHCSA.
I would like to learn about maintaining and building systems, CI/CD
pipelines, infrastructure as code, and containers. I also have interests
in security, cryptography, and web development.
I'm looking to contribute 4 - 8 hours a week.
unamelinux.com (personal blog)
Hi, I'm Nattes living in Geneva, Switzerland. I am half French and half British, and currently working at the University of Geneva in a service dedicated to dual careers in order to facilitate retention of women academics and researchers.
I made my first steps in the free software movement by setting up workshops to teach women how to contribute to Wikipedia during a mandate I had from the University's Diversity and Inclusion office. I still teach this in a 4 year assignment at the Gender Studies department financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
I am very passionate about issues concerning the gender gap and promoting inclusion, as well as helping newbies to find their own way in complex and sometimes not very friendly projects. I am very interested in the way Fedora is doing this, with a clear defined process and very admirative of the Fedora Badges.
I have had a few friends telling me how "fedorable" this community was, but since I was invited at the Fedora week of diversity last October, I have felt very shy because I am not a coder. Someone proposed that I translate docs, and I first I thought it would be pretty boring for an unpaid activity. But then as I do want to use free software more, and learn Python, I thought I could manage a win win approach by first translating documents that a newbie would stumble upon when joining your community.
Apart from that I love reading (sci fi and feminist stuff above all), swimming and kayak, and playing Animal Crossing.
I look forward to knowing more about Fedora!
My name is Aaron. I hold an undergrad degree in English with an emphasis in
professional writing. I have experience with adobe software like indesign,
photoshop, and illustrator. I have extensive experience with microsoft
software like word, excel, and powerpoint. My main focus is writing for
usability. If you have complicated software, and need documentation
written, I'd love to write for you! email me at aschwenker24(a)gmail.com for
a sample of my works.
we decided it's time to rethink our needs and redesign Fedora main website from scratch.
I would like to encourage your team to take a part in this initiative and work on this together as we need to make sure that we have everybody on board and all needs are taken into consideration.
Based on initial input I gather from Fedora forum and meeting with Matthew I prepared one page with summary of what we are going to do and it's available here https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Websites/Fedora_Website_Revamp
It's possible I'll move it to other place in the future but for now it will be our workspace.
As a short term strategy I would like you to choose one representative from your team for upcoming kick-off meeting with other stakeholders and send me directly details like name, Feroda ID and e-mail address. It will be much easier for me to contact chosen person having this. Please try to do this by 30th June. I'm aware holiday period started and probably not everyone will be available but let's try to do our best and push forward this exciting initiative :)
When I have all participants gathered I'll try to find common slot to organize session for us. Agenda will be included in invitation.
Main goal of this kick-off will be to discuss known facts, go through goals, assumptions and requirements and also plan next steps for next couple of weeks.
I'll propose long term strategy, approach and wider plan after meeting with all of you.
Please read in advance https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Websites/Fedora_Website_Revamp and if you already have some requests, suggestion please send it to your representative and then each person can send it to me before kick-off. Taking into consideration we will have huge amount of stakeholders I don't see other way to work on this than having one person from each team, I hope you understand.
Looking forward to work with all of you.