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Currently I am a software engineer at [http://www.redhat.com/ Red Hat, Inc.]  working on [[Anaconda]] , [[Tools/RPM|  RPM]]  and other installation and package management issues.
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Currently mostly focused on upstream work on [http://reductivelabs.com/trac/puppet Puppet] and generally interested in tools for managing systems.
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Previously I was a software engineer at [http://www.redhat.com/ Red Hat, Inc.]  working on [[Anaconda]] , [[Tools/RPM|  RPM]]  and other installation and package management issues.
  
 
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I keep up interest in Linux on ppc and ppc64 - and have recently taken over maintenance of [http://yaboot.ozlabs.org/ yaboot] . Fedora Core 4 was the first Fedora release available on ppc. Thanks to all the hard work of those interested in getting it running on the fedora-ppc-list
 
I keep up interest in Linux on ppc and ppc64 - and have recently taken over maintenance of [http://yaboot.ozlabs.org/ yaboot] . Fedora Core 4 was the first Fedora release available on ppc. Thanks to all the hard work of those interested in getting it running on the fedora-ppc-list
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:08, 13 January 2010

Paul Nasrat

Blog

Occasionally I blog to Fedora People

Life

Currently mostly focused on upstream work on Puppet and generally interested in tools for managing systems.

Previously I was a software engineer at Red Hat, Inc. working on Anaconda , RPM and other installation and package management issues.

RPM Documentation

I gave a talk at UKUUG 2004 on the RPM python bindings which some may find useful. I've also worked a little with others to update Maximum RPM and provide the Red Hat RPM guide

Linux PPC

I keep up interest in Linux on ppc and ppc64 - and have recently taken over maintenance of yaboot . Fedora Core 4 was the first Fedora release available on ppc. Thanks to all the hard work of those interested in getting it running on the fedora-ppc-list