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Personal Information
Home: Beijing, China (UTC+8)
Fedora Information
FAS name: alick
Fedora email:
IRC nick: alick
IRC channels: #fedora-ambassadors, #fedora-zh, #fedora-docs, #fedora-meeting
Fedorapeople page:
Miscellaneous Information
Private email:
GPG key: C9AB214F
RHCE Certificate: {{{rhce-cert}}}
RHCT Certificate: {{{rhct-cert}}}
Gtalk: alick9188 NOSPAN AT gmail DOT com
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I'm alick, a student in Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. My Chinese name is ZHAO Tao.

I major in EE and enjoy Fourier.png. Now I am interested in wireless communication, software defined radio and so on.

Fedora Involvement


I have been using Fedora since 2009 spring. Now my major OS is Fedora 18.

I love Fedora activities. I once gave a talk on FAD 2011 Beijing. The talk materials can be found at github.

I am now a board manager of Redhat/CentOS/Fedora board in Linux110, a Chinese Linux BBS. Also a board manager of Linux board in FREE, BBS of my department in school. Also a member of TUNA, which runs the university's open source mirror site, where I am the maintainer of rpmfusion and CentOS mirrors.


After using Fedora for a while, I felt I should contribute to the community. Then I created a FAS account in Feb 2010 when I was on winter vacation. I like Fedora and feel glad to be able to contribute to the project.

I am a member of Simplified Chinese (zh_CN) translation team. I have been doing some translation for FP wiki and fedora on transifex.

I am a member of docs-publisher group, and try to take care of docs publishing of Simplified Chinese (zh_CN) translation team.

I am also a Fedora Ambassador. I'd like to work as an ambassador to

  • introduce Fedora to people around who suffer a lot from BSOD, and help to set up a good Linux desktop, and
  • encourage more people who have some skills of Fedora to contribute to the Fedora Project directly; thus
  • contribute to a larger Chinese community of Fedora, and Linux as a whole.

More specifically, I'd like to

  • introduce Fedora when dealing with computer problems,
  • help install a Fedora OS for someone interested,
  • ensure commitment of current jobs(l10n, docs publishing, mirror maintenance, etc),
  • participate scheduled IRC meetings frequently,
  • prepare and host Fedora Release Parties, FADs (maybe even FUDCons),
  • some other things I might think of (or you can tell me).

I was one of the organizers and the host of Fedora 18 Release Party in Beijing, which happened in Jan 2013 and was quite successful.


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