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Student at Rochester Institute of Technology. Double majoring in Economics and Computing Security. First year!
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== Who I am ==
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*Alexander Kellermann
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*Currently attending school at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Double Majoring in Computing Security and Economics.
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*Living in New York City
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*Expected Graduation date: May 2019
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== Contact ==
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*Email: alex.kellermann@live.com           
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*IRC: Dormio -  and I can be found on:
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** #fedora-security,
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** #fedora-security-team,
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** #fedora-Commops,
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** #RIT-FOSS
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*Fedora Account: akellermann
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== Activities within Fedora: ==
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I'm just starting out in the Fedora community, officially having become part of it on March 5th, 2016.
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I'm on the IRC's a lot, and can be come to with any questions about the distribution, and can most likely help with any of the problems that might arise when using Fedora.
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I want to become a real member of the Fedora Security Team in time, with a focus on Operation System Security, but right now I need to bring my technical knowledge up to a point where I can feel comfortable working in such a rigorous environment. Usually I can be found in the #fedora-meetings during the times where the security team is meeting. Even if I'm not actively participating, I can always be found lurking and listening.

Latest revision as of 03:10, 11 March 2016

Who I am

  • Alexander Kellermann
  • Currently attending school at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Double Majoring in Computing Security and Economics.
  • Living in New York City
  • Expected Graduation date: May 2019


Contact

  • Email: alex.kellermann@live.com
  • IRC: Dormio - and I can be found on:
    • #fedora-security,
    • #fedora-security-team,
    • #fedora-Commops,
    • #RIT-FOSS
  • Fedora Account: akellermann


Activities within Fedora:

I'm just starting out in the Fedora community, officially having become part of it on March 5th, 2016. I'm on the IRC's a lot, and can be come to with any questions about the distribution, and can most likely help with any of the problems that might arise when using Fedora.

I want to become a real member of the Fedora Security Team in time, with a focus on Operation System Security, but right now I need to bring my technical knowledge up to a point where I can feel comfortable working in such a rigorous environment. Usually I can be found in the #fedora-meetings during the times where the security team is meeting. Even if I'm not actively participating, I can always be found lurking and listening.