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 Ivan Herrera, my user is ivanelhp, i'm living in Mexico, I've
been working as a system administrator in UNIX/Linux environments for a
few years, i'm joining with you due i'd like to become a packager and
apport to the community and I can contribute at least 4 hours per week
hope learn much from all team members and also if i can help in something
it'll be a pleasure do it
I am Sumant Tulshibagwale, I just completed my B.E. in Computers and am currently working as a Flutter developer. I am using fedora for a year now and am very fascinated by the idea of how people work together to build something this amazing. I was introduced to open source and especially fedora by a friend and a fellow fedora user.While using fedora I also understood the importance of privacy and why and how important it is to be able to select the softwares we use and have a control on the data that we generate.Thank you for making me a part of this wonderful community!
My name is Luk Claes, but please call me Luk.
I'm living in Ghent, Belgium working at the university hospital as a
I have more than 20 years of experience with Debian (I used to be a major
contributor), but I switched to RedHat based systems since my new job
(about 9 months ago).
I would like to help with packaging.
Usually I have at least 4 hours a week to spare to contribute.
My name is Josseline Perdomo, I am an entry-level Software Engineer from Caracas, Venezuela, and one of the Outreachy aspirants for the upcoming summer term. I would like to contribute to Fedora because I'm interested in the project **Improve Fedora's automated community metrics**, it is a mix of Software Engineering and Data Science, and I found it the best suitable for my skills. I'm looking to get more experience and in the near future land my career as a Data Scientist.
About my previous experiences, I had worked as a Software Engineer for almost 2 years mostly in Python and Java, most of the time in remote teams, in fact, I'm used to working remotely. During my final year undergrad project, I had been working on a Deep Learning model applied to medical images, an experience in which I learned data analysis and deep learning in Python.
Since last year I have been interested in getting more proactive in FOSS communities, I contributed to the last Hacktoberfest for the first time (it was also my first time ever contributing to FOSS communities) and I found out about Outreachy. I hope my experience during this month contributing to the Fedora Community could help in anything, I'm always open to learning from any member of the team :)
Nice to meet you all!