I'm Hunter Jozwiak, a blind sysadmin who discovered Fedora out of
random while on DistroWatch. I've been off and on with Fedora starting
in about April of this year, but I've decided to keep it as my primary
OS because it is good with resources, is a perfect cushion between
rock solid and rolling release, and it's amazingly easy to install
with Orca. Plus, it has a fantastic community. I hope to meet some
fine friends in the Fedora community, and here's to a many great years
I am Momcilo 'FedoraUser' Medic and I am from Serbia.
I've been using Fedora for a couple of years and now that I have a job that
allows me some spare time, I want to help Fedora grow bigger and better! :)
I was looking through join.fedoraproject.org and found translating,
packaging and people person to be the best for me.
I already got accepted to translate team and started translating some
I am looking into licencing issues with some applications I could package
for Fedora and will be starting with that soon as well.
I applied for Fedora Ambassador and am waiting to hear from mentor I choose.
I don't think I need help with anything right now, I just wanted to
introduce myself ;)
If you think there is something I should do/read/know/see, please say so.
Are any newcomers here on the list still waiting to introduce
themselves? Please take this opportunity to come forward and tell us a
little about yourself, how you'd like to contribute to Fedora and how we
can help you quickly get started!
Please take this opportunity to introduce yourself and ask *any*
questions you have. We'll be more than happy to help you become a part
of the Fedora community!
There's a lot of work going on in Fedora with Fedora 21 coming up really
soon. We have a lot of testing, a lot of marketing, a lot of designing,
a lot of events, and of course, a lot of development. It's a great time
to join in and get started!
PS: Fedora 21 is at Beta! If you haven't begun testing it yet,
now is a great time to begin!
Freedom, Friends, Features, First!
Join Fedora! Come talk to us!