I've created a new FAS account last week as I am interested in fixing
up/contributing things on the Fedora wiki. Once my account has been
created, I was told I need sponsorship to get out of the 'CLA+1'
category so here I am (thanks to Pierre-Yves Chibon for the confirmation
on the process!).
I have been using Linux for quite some time now (2001): I started with
Debian and then Gentoo Linux, then Mandrake and Ubuntu. I have been
using Fedora for ~5 years now and I love it (a great mix of current and
sleek software along with stability).
I have been wanting to contribute back in one form or the other for some
time, usually I report bugs or fix documentation as a start (hence the
introduction on this list :). I love free/libre software and think it is
very important in the SW/freedom ecosystem.
Skillset-wise, I work as an embedded computing engineer. I have worked
on RTOSes as well as certification projects (DO-178C like). I know
C/assembly and OSes but also Python as well as cloud-related
technologies (having worked on Kubernetes/Docker/Helm and AWS/GCP). I am
currently doing infrastructure/container work (another great reason I
like Fedora!) around Automotive Grade Linux projects. I am also fond of
maker-related technologies like 3D printing.
I am now back on the CEST zone, after living for several years in the US
(PDT/San Francisco). As I said, so far, I am interested in fixing pages
I use on the wiki for typos/inacurracies/etc.
Thanks for reading and have a great day everyone!
PS: I have noted the bits about my GPG key and I am working on it. Will
post a followup when this is done.
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