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= Your Name and Surname =
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= Kris Thomsen =
  
 
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Some words about you.
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Hi, my name is Kris and I'm 20 years old. I am from a little country in Northern Europe called Denmark.<br />
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I have used Linux for 6 years. And Fedora for 3 years (since Fedora 9).
  
 
== Contact ==
 
== Contact ==
  
* '''Email''': mailto:you@example.com
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* '''Email''': [mailto:kristho@fedoraproject.org kristho AT fedoraproject DOT org] or [mailto:lakristho@gmail.com lakristho AT gmail DOT com]
* '''IRC''': Your freenode IRC name and channels you hang out (eg. #fedora-docs, etc.)
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* '''Jabber''': kristho@jabber.dk
* '''GPG key''': Your key ID and/or signature
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* '''IRC''': Kristho - Freenode: #fedora, #fedora-l10n, #fedora-art
* '''Fedora Account''': Your username on the [[Infrastructure/AccountSystem|Fedora Account System]]
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* '''GPG key''': AD0FB096
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* '''Fedora Account''': Kristho
  
 
== Activities within Fedora ==
 
== Activities within Fedora ==
  
* Some words about your involvement in Fedora, your plans, ideas, etc.
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* '''I am the danish maintainer of Fedora translation team.''' - The Fedora-specific packages is almost translated by now, but I will continue with the extra packages and so on - and check the programs to see if there is any errors I have made and edit them. I work close together with the danish Gnome translation team to make the best Fedora experience as possible.
* For example, if you are into translations, the languages you are working on; if you are into docs, the docs you are interested in, etc.
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* '''I try to be a Fedora Ambassador.''' - I want to do Fedora more popular in my area, especially Denmark. I think I can do it more popular by making Fedora more visible to the Linux-users and up-coming Linux-users, and take around to Open Source/Linux events and speak with people who want to hear more about the Fedora Project.
  
== Kris ==
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=== Events I've been to ===
Hi, my name is Kris and I'm 18 years old. I am from a little country in Northern Europe called Denmark.
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I have used Linux for about 3-4 years.
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== At Fedora ==
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* [[Open_Source_Days_2010|Open Source Days 2010]] ''(Copenhagen, Denmark)''
I am the danish maintainer of Fedora translation team. And beside the translation I try to help where I can.
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* [[Open_Source Days_2011|Open Source Days 2011]] ''(Copenhagen, Denmark)''
I am the type of person who always got a lot of projects running, and as something new I want to be a Fedora Ambassador.
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Beside the stuff I do officially for Fedora I am also trying to make a Fedora guide in Danish - but more about that when the project is in the air!
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== Contact Information ==
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* '''Email:''' lakristho [AT] gmail.com
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* '''IRC nick:''' Kristho
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* '''Freenode Channels:''' #fedora, #fedora-l10n
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* '''GimpNet Channels:''' #gnome-shell, #gnome-zeitgeist
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* '''Fedora Account:''' Kristho
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[[Category:Ambassadors from Denmark]]

Revision as of 16:40, 20 July 2011

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Kris Thomsen

Hi, my name is Kris and I'm 20 years old. I am from a little country in Northern Europe called Denmark.
I have used Linux for 6 years. And Fedora for 3 years (since Fedora 9).

Contact

Activities within Fedora

  • I am the danish maintainer of Fedora translation team. - The Fedora-specific packages is almost translated by now, but I will continue with the extra packages and so on - and check the programs to see if there is any errors I have made and edit them. I work close together with the danish Gnome translation team to make the best Fedora experience as possible.
  • I try to be a Fedora Ambassador. - I want to do Fedora more popular in my area, especially Denmark. I think I can do it more popular by making Fedora more visible to the Linux-users and up-coming Linux-users, and take around to Open Source/Linux events and speak with people who want to hear more about the Fedora Project.

Events I've been to