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In my professional life I have worked with Redhat, Centos, Debian/Ubuntu, etc. Now I don't have many free time as before to make tweaks on things that should work fine at the first time after a new installation, this is one of the reasons why I choose Fedora to my personal use.
 
In my professional life I have worked with Redhat, Centos, Debian/Ubuntu, etc. Now I don't have many free time as before to make tweaks on things that should work fine at the first time after a new installation, this is one of the reasons why I choose Fedora to my personal use.
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Now, I have a small custom container of fedora, which I always use to solve day-to-day problems on the job.
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= Fedoras Community =
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I love the fedora community because it is really open and simple. It is an excellent environment to learn a lot and its users aren't robots or from another planet (just a few of them), which is very important. If you ask something to any interest group of this community, they will surely answer you and help you by quickly guiding you to solve the problem. This is an excellent motivation when you decide to collaborate with one open source project.

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Jhoanir Torres
Jhoanir Torres
Personal information
Location: Quito, Ecuador
Homepage: https://fedoraproject.org/
E-mail: jhoanir@fedoraproject.org
GPG key: DEADBEEF
Contact information
IRC: s14ck on irc.freenode.net
#fedora, #fedora-devel
Twitter: @jhoanir
Facebook: @jhoanir
LinkedIn: @jhoanir
Fedora-specific information
FAS name: jhoanir
Fedora e-mail: jhoanir@fedoraproject.org
Fedora homepage: jhoanir.fedorapeople.org
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About me

I'm an enthusiast for technology, open source, music, space exploration, coffee and pizza. I use linux since 2002. My first experience was Knoppix and then I made a jump to Slackware until I met gentoo and then, things went crazy.

In my professional life I have worked with Redhat, Centos, Debian/Ubuntu, etc. Now I don't have many free time as before to make tweaks on things that should work fine at the first time after a new installation, this is one of the reasons why I choose Fedora to my personal use.

Now, I have a small custom container of fedora, which I always use to solve day-to-day problems on the job.

Fedoras Community

I love the fedora community because it is really open and simple. It is an excellent environment to learn a lot and its users aren't robots or from another planet (just a few of them), which is very important. If you ask something to any interest group of this community, they will surely answer you and help you by quickly guiding you to solve the problem. This is an excellent motivation when you decide to collaborate with one open source project.