Hello everyone!

My alias is TheEvilSkeleton, but you can also call me Tesk, TheEvilSkely, Skelly, Proprietary Chrome-chan or anything close to it.

I'm really excited to be part of QA! I first tried GNU/Linux 3 years ago, from Ubuntu to Manjaro, Arch, Gentoo, Pop!_OS, etc. and finally Fedora Silverblue, and I started using it as my daily OS since then.

Personally, I don't think I have much experience with Linux, since I have been using it for around three years. I do think that I have more knowledge in such topic than an average Linux user, but not as much as say, a system administrator. I try my best to learn as much as I can so I can contribute back what I've learned. I mostly contribute to documentation, since it's one of the places where free and open source software (FOSS) falls behind, but also because it's where I am very good at. I also experiment; I play around a lot with distributions, containers, VMs and more, hence me trying out many Linux distributions in the past. I often break stuff because, well, I play around things a lot and I'm very experimental.

I also have some knowledge with Flatpak. I maintain 6 Flatpak packages currently. I am currently writing an introduction to Flatpak for those that have little knowledge in Flatpak and want to learn its technical side. I've been working for around a month, and I've spent plenty of days for research, so I hope I'm going to give a very accurate and user-friendly introduction to beginners. With that knowledge, I'm going to take advantage of it to contribute to Flatpak's documentation.

On a more personal note, I'm a 19 year old "student". I'm quoting "student", since I stopped attending to classes because I couldn't concentrate anymore due to stress and heavy pressure from college because of COVID. Instead of doing nothing during the time, I decided to join QA to contribute more to FOSS and collaborating with people around the world, and be part of the Year of the Linux Desktop. I'm a male, but you are free to use the pronoun you desire.

Thank you so much for accepting me in the project! I'm really excited for this. Fedora is very open for contributions and is transparent, which is the type of project I love.

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Have a nice day everyone, and thank you again for accepting me!