On 05/25/2016 01:33 AM, szymon mucha wrote:
My name is Szymon Mucha, you can call me Simon, and I will be working
this summer with the Fedora Infrastructure team.
My history with OSS goes back to Ubuntu 8.04 when I wiped my parent's
hard drive just so I can play with the visuals where fancy flame
graphics is shown when you close a program. I later experimented with a
few other distros such as earlier versions of Fedora, Debian and Arch
and found my way back to Fedora because of the balance of bleeding-edge
I am currently going into my Senior year at Illinois Tech as a CS major.
I tend to be flexible with programming languages but I'd say I am most
comfortable with Python, Java and JS. I plan on dabbling my feet with
Rust and D with some side projects this summer.
I work out of Chicago so I will be in the US central time zone. I will
be most likely available between the hours of 730am (CST) to 1930 (CST)
but I am pretty flexible and can work whenever.
Some things about me is that I am not afraid of criticism as long as
there's hints as to what's wrong and how I can improve upon it.
To learn more about me, I am a linux gamer who also likes to work on
home-networks by installing enterprise firewalls, setting up a local
nas, etc... Some hobbies that are not computer related that I enjoy are
rock climbing and hiking.
One of my goals this summer is to grab as much knowledge as I can and
contribute as much as I can back into the community. Also, I'd like to
write some articles/tutorials regarding my hobbies (e.g. 'How to install
pfSense on ATT Uverse' , etc...) so I can help others with similar issues.
I will do my best this summer and hope I can be helpful to the Fedora
Project and the OSS community.
Hi Szymon, welcome to the Fedora Infrastructure team! Looking forward to
seeing you around this summer. :)
Justin W. Flory