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[[ChristopherSmart| Christopher Smart]] has been active in the Linux community for many years. He created [http://kororaa.org Kororaa Linux] (originally based on Gentoo) which delivered the world's first Live CD showcasing 3D desktop technology. Kororaa has recently been [http://kororaa.org/2010/12/kororaa-is-back/ re-born as a Fedora Remix].
 
[[ChristopherSmart| Christopher Smart]] has been active in the Linux community for many years. He created [http://kororaa.org Kororaa Linux] (originally based on Gentoo) which delivered the world's first Live CD showcasing 3D desktop technology. Kororaa has recently been [http://kororaa.org/2010/12/kororaa-is-back/ re-born as a Fedora Remix].
  
He has also written many articles and reviews for [http://distrowatch.com/ DistroWatch.com] as well as [http://www.linux-mag.com/?s=christopher+smart Linux Magazine], and created the [http://makethemove.net/ MakeTheMove] website, promoting free and open source software.
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He has also written many articles and reviews for [http://distrowatch.com/ DistroWatch] as well as [http://www.linux-mag.com/?s=christopher+smart Linux Magazine], and created the [http://makethemove.net/ MakeTheMove] website, promoting free and open source software.
  
 
Currently he works full time for the National Archives of Australia developing [http://xena.sourceforge.net/ free software for digital preservation] and studies Masters of IT part time at the Australian National University.
 
Currently he works full time for the National Archives of Australia developing [http://xena.sourceforge.net/ free software for digital preservation] and studies Masters of IT part time at the Australian National University.

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Christopher Smart

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Christopher Smart has been active in the Linux community for many years. He created Kororaa Linux (originally based on Gentoo) which delivered the world's first Live CD showcasing 3D desktop technology. Kororaa has recently been re-born as a Fedora Remix.

He has also written many articles and reviews for DistroWatch as well as Linux Magazine, and created the MakeTheMove website, promoting free and open source software.

Currently he works full time for the National Archives of Australia developing free software for digital preservation and studies Masters of IT part time at the Australian National University.

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