Nice to meet the team that creates the visual designs for Fedora. I just switched back to Linux because Windows is a resource hog especially if you're doing complex illustration art as well video editing. My thanks to Mac OS X Sierra for helping me decide to go back to Linux. I wanted a production ready Linux distro such as Suse or RHEL but not a really popular known distro like Ubuntu or Debian.
My daily work consist of graphic design work and video editing for the department of information. My latest project is KLOP KLOP. A television and web serie for kids. Check it out klopklop.nvdsuriname.com and check out the portal of the department itself (nvdsuriname.com)
Been using Illustrator, After Effects & Premiere Pro for quite some time now but I'm open to learn open source software equal to Adobe. Oh yeah, 24 years, born and still kicking and living in Suriname (South-America)
I have some artwork which I just started creating in my spare time.
Check it out on Behance - https://www.behance.net/gallery/47673363/Art-by-Dexmachina93 (I do need to update it with recent wallpapers)
I also tried to find out how to be a merchandise partner for RED HAT but to no avail, there's no instruction on how to become one.
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Le 28/02/2017 à 13:19, Justin W. Flory a écrit :
> On 02/13/2017 10:45 PM, Alexandre Moine wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> My name is Alexandre, I am a student in computer sciences and I am a
>> fedora packager and ambassador here in France.
>> I first wanted to translate the Fedora Cheat Cube  to use it in our
>> events, but the Cube seems to need some love.
>> I have updated an old ticket opened by Ankur Sinha  based on duff'y
>> comments and Ankur work, please tell me if there is anything that I can
>> do to update/rework it.
>> For the translation, I don't know if it's possible to automatize
>> text-getting with some svg voodoo... But it will help us!
>> Thank you in advance,
>> Ps: I had never done anything with Inkscape before, so there certainly
>> some things to say!
>> : https://pagure.io/design/issue/401
> Hi Alexandre, thanks for helping update the cheat cube! This is
> definitely something that I think would be useful to have current – in
> the past, I used to have a printed one that I would refer to while I was
> getting started.
> I checked to see if you had received any new comments…
> …but I hadn't noticed any. I think the Fedora Design team will be best
> able to help you with this request, so I'm replying on the Design Team
> list to try to help get some feedback on this ticket.
Thank you for your reply Had some comment from Matthew Miller, and
opened a pagure project here: https://pagure.io/fedora-cheat-cubes/
I set design and marketing team as admin, so feel free to edit anything!
> As far as localization goes, I'm not sure on the best approach for that,
> but it might be worth discussing the idea of localizing it on the
> Translations mailing list too, since those are the people who would be
> most knowledgeable about that.
For information, a thread was started here:
They suggested to use itstool.
> Hope this all helps!