I’m Nick Vidal, and a community manager for the Enarx project, part of the Confidential Computing Consortium.
An interesting fact about myself is that I helped the OSI to celebrate the 20 years of Open Source and I fell in love with celebrating anniversaries, so I decide to create a website dedicated to telling the story of several movements: open source, Linux, etc.
Happy to join the LFX community and collaborate with each one of you!
Hi everyone! I’m Matthew Miller, and I’m the Fedora Project Leader.
I’m not sure there are any interesting facts about me that nobody knows. I mean, there’s probably plenty of things that might be interesting, but I don’t have very many secrets. If anything, I’m happy to over-share.
But in the context here, how about: although my actual day-job does not really leave any time for technical contribution, I enjoy the Discourse forum software and love that something that’s 100% open source is becoming the de-facto choice for asynchronous communication. And I’ve had a lot of fun recently pushing the platform to do things it wasn’t originally meant to do, like integrating Fedora Badges into Discourse’s own badging system.
Hi everyone ,
I am Rishabh Raghwendra , pursuing engineering in Computer Science and currently in my 2nd year . I love to build something exciting using my skillset as shown below:
Skills: Data Structures & Algorithms
Primary OS: Ubuntu( Linux )
I love to contribute to open source . I want to work on more amazing projects with amazing people around the Globe . I am also looking to apply for mentorship program in this upcoming year.
Thanks! Another thing not mentioned in the above post: the template for the images for the existing system for some reason takes the SVGs to a PNG with a lot of transparent border, which means they end up shrunken more than they really should be. The design team is going to go through and clean them all up, so they should look even better when that’s done.
My name is Hartanto, I’m currently studying in Singapore, and I’m one of the committer for the COBOL Programming Course!
Can’t think of any secret facts, everything seems to be public… But in any case, before becoming a committer, I was a summer mentee for the course and it was my first exposure to open-source contribution.
Also, if you’re interested to take the course, it is linked above (p.s. it came with a lab for you to try out COBOL)! I’m totally not here to brainwash people into taking the course .
Great to know! If members are interested in joining the beta program could they be directed to Member Support? Also, feel free to seek additional assistance here anytime if members may have questions regarding LFX!
Can’t say I’ve ever seen a bee ride a horse … Welcome to the community @Berlynsea!