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* [http://sexysexypenguins.com Sexy Sexy Penguins] - My blog about all things Linux and open source
 
* [http://sexysexypenguins.com Sexy Sexy Penguins] - My blog about all things Linux and open source
* [http://www.utosc.com Utah Open Source Conference] - The Utah Open Source Conference
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* [http://conference.utos.org Utah Open Source Conference] - The Utah Open Source Conference
 
* [http://www.utos.org Utah Open Source] - The organization behind the Utah Open Source Conference and Open Source growth in Utah
 
* [http://www.utos.org Utah Open Source] - The organization behind the Utah Open Source Conference and Open Source growth in Utah
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* [http://gooseproject.org GoOSe Project] - A Rebuild of the Enterprise Linux release created downstream from Fedora.
  
 
[[Category:Ambassadors from the USA|Herlo]] [[Category:AmbassadorsNorthAmerica|Herlo]]
 
[[Category:Ambassadors from the USA|Herlo]] [[Category:AmbassadorsNorthAmerica|Herlo]]

Revision as of 00:43, 21 March 2012


Clint Savage

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Hello, my name is Clint Savage, people online call me Herlo.

Contact

  • City/State/Country: Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
  • Email: herlo AT fedoraproject dOt org
  • IRC: I am known as 'herlo' on #utos, #fedora-ambassadors, #gooseproject #uphpu, #fedora
  • GPG key: GPG Key ID = 62A2258E
  • Fedora Account: herlo

Activities within Fedora

  • Creator of the future supybot plugin to log an irc channel given certain commands.
  • Among the initiators of the Fedora Calendaring Project
  • Fedora Regional Coordinator for North American Ambassadors (Mountain West Region)
  • Package maintainer of two packages

Activities outside Fedora

In my home state of Utah in the United States, I am the founder and former organizer of these groups/events.

  • The Utah Open Source Foundation (http://utos.org) provides free streaming and podcasting services as well as events to Local User Groups (LUGs) who promote open source.
  • The Utah Open Source Conference (http://www.utosc.com), I organized and ran the 2007-2010 conferences. As a Fedora Ambassador, I promote Fedora to all that attend.

Websites