From Fedora Project Wiki

Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[Image:to_come-head.png|thumb|120px]]
 
[[Image:to_come-head.png|thumb|120px]]
  
I said goodbye to the propriety OS world and installed Ubuntu Jaunty on my personal laptop in 2009. Ubuntu's community and the ease of use was a great first step to the world of Linux but some Canonical decisions like to stick on Unity as a desktop environment or the forced implementation of 'Ubuntu One' made me finding a distro which was more open. Finally - after testing several distros I'm now happy with Fedora.
+
I said goodbye to the propriety OS world and installed Ubuntu Jaunty on my personal computer in 2009. Ubuntu's community and the ease of use was a great first step to the world of Linux. But some decisions from Canonlical like to change to Unity as a desktop environment or the forced implementation of 'Ubuntu One' made me searching for a distro which was more open. Finally - after testing several distros I'm now happy with Fedora.
  
Currently I'm working as a Customer Support engineer for a international company in the RFID market. At the beginning of my carrer I was teacher but lost my patience to work with teenagers more and more so I moved on ;)
+
Currently I'm working as a Customer Support engineer for a international RFID company in the RFID. At the beginning of my carrer I was teacher but lost my patience to work with teenagers so I moved on a few years ago ;)
  
As I read through the '-german' Fedora website I thought that the german tranlation team could need some help ;-)
+
As I read through the Fedora website in german I thought that the german tranlation team could need some help ;-)
  
 
== Contact ==
 
== Contact ==

Revision as of 14:21, 15 May 2011

I said goodbye to the propriety OS world and installed Ubuntu Jaunty on my personal computer in 2009. Ubuntu's community and the ease of use was a great first step to the world of Linux. But some decisions from Canonlical like to change to Unity as a desktop environment or the forced implementation of 'Ubuntu One' made me searching for a distro which was more open. Finally - after testing several distros I'm now happy with Fedora.

Currently I'm working as a Customer Support engineer for a international RFID company in the RFID. At the beginning of my carrer I was teacher but lost my patience to work with teenagers so I moved on a few years ago ;)

As I read through the Fedora website in german I thought that the german tranlation team could need some help ;-)

Contact

  • Email: the.ant@gmx.net
  • IRC:
  • GPG key:
  • Fedora Account: bigant

Activities within Fedora

  • Getting in touch with the Fedora community