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= Rex Dieter =
 
= Rex Dieter =
  
* '''Email''':  [[MailTo(rdieter AT fedoraproject DOT org)] 
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Rex works as Computer System Administrator in the Mathematics Department at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
 
 
Rex Dieter works as Computer System Administrator in the Mathematics Department at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
 
  
 
Rex is a KDE advocate and founded the [http://kde-redhat.sourceforge.net/ KDE Red Hat project]  in the Fall of 2002
 
Rex is a KDE advocate and founded the [http://kde-redhat.sourceforge.net/ KDE Red Hat project]  in the Fall of 2002
 
with the overall goal of improving the KDE/Fedora experience
 
with the overall goal of improving the KDE/Fedora experience
(see [http://dot.kde.org/1136226311/ interview on dot.kde.org] ).
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(see [http://dot.kde.org/2006/01/02/interview-kde-redhat-project-leader-rex-dieter interview on dot.kde.org] ).
 
 
He is a [[Board/History| former member of the Fedora Project Board]]  and [[Development/SteeringCommittee| Fedora Engineering Steering Committee]] .
 
  
He is currently a member of the [[Packaging/Committee| Fedora Packaging Committee]] and active in the [[SIGs/KDE| KDE SIG]] .
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He is a member of the [[Board/History | Fedora Project Board]], the [[Packaging/Committee| Fedora Packaging Committee]], active in the [[SIGs/KDE| KDE SIG]], and former member of the [[Development/SteeringCommittee| Fedora Engineering Steering Committee]] .
  
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
  
* [[Releases/FeatureFedoraKDE]]
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* [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/users/packages/rdieter My Packages]
* [[RexDieter/packages]]
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Ambassadors from the USA]]
 

Revision as of 16:16, 21 January 2011

Rex Dieter

Rex works as Computer System Administrator in the Mathematics Department at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.

Rex is a KDE advocate and founded the KDE Red Hat project in the Fall of 2002 with the overall goal of improving the KDE/Fedora experience (see interview on dot.kde.org ).

He is a member of the Fedora Project Board, the Fedora Packaging Committee, active in the KDE SIG, and former member of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee .


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