Glad to have a Turkish translator, more because you're a professional. i
didn't know Pardus was developed by Turkish government.
Besides, and just out of curiosity, what is urban farming? Sounds
On 1 November 2016 at 16:32, Altan Unsal <altanunsal(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Name: Altan Unsal
Location: Montreal, Canada
FAS login: aunsal
Occupation: Certified Translator
About Me: I have recently started contributing to the Fedora translation
project in my native language, Turkish. I am currently working as a
translator, working on mostly technical contracts, specializing in
infrastructure and public engineering works. Although I have an electrical
engineering background, I have been pursuing this instead.
I have been using various GNU/Linux distros since 2007 and started on
Pardus Linux, a distro that was developed by the government of Turkey, but
after years of distro hopping, I have started using Fedora about 2 years
ago. I am also part of various community organizations where I live, in
Montreal, Canada, which promote responsible and social business, such as
urban farming and transportation (mainly cycling). I would like to extend
my advocacy work to FOSS as well and I'm happy to be part of this project
and finally be able to give something back.
Have a great day!
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