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Hi! My name is Luc de Louw, a Swiss guy living in Berlin, Germany. I'm a Linux enthusiast since 1994. Since more then 10 years, Linux is also my profession. In the year 2000 I installed the first commercially used Linux systems of the Swiss airline industry. Since then I worked in different companies mostly in the outsourcing business, and now at Red Hat as a Linux Consultant.
 
Hi! My name is Luc de Louw, a Swiss guy living in Berlin, Germany. I'm a Linux enthusiast since 1994. Since more then 10 years, Linux is also my profession. In the year 2000 I installed the first commercially used Linux systems of the Swiss airline industry. Since then I worked in different companies mostly in the outsourcing business, and now at Red Hat as a Linux Consultant.
  
Since approx. two years I'm working with Red Hat's RHEL and its derivatives such as CentOS. Later I also switched my Desktop and Notebooks from openSUSE to Fedora, for obvious reasons: Fedora is the upstream of RHEL and it is more stable.
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Since approx. four years I'm working with Red Hat's RHEL and its derivatives such as CentOS. Later I also switched my Desktop and Notebooks from openSUSE to Fedora, for obvious reasons: Fedora is the upstream of RHEL and it is more stable.
  
 
My first contact with the Fedora community was at [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:Zurich_2010|FUDCon 2010 in Zürich, Switzerland]. There I recognized that it is indeed a very nice and international community with a lot of interesting people.
 
My first contact with the Fedora community was at [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:Zurich_2010|FUDCon 2010 in Zürich, Switzerland]. There I recognized that it is indeed a very nice and international community with a lot of interesting people.

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Luc de Louw

Hi! My name is Luc de Louw, a Swiss guy living in Berlin, Germany. I'm a Linux enthusiast since 1994. Since more then 10 years, Linux is also my profession. In the year 2000 I installed the first commercially used Linux systems of the Swiss airline industry. Since then I worked in different companies mostly in the outsourcing business, and now at Red Hat as a Linux Consultant.

Since approx. four years I'm working with Red Hat's RHEL and its derivatives such as CentOS. Later I also switched my Desktop and Notebooks from openSUSE to Fedora, for obvious reasons: Fedora is the upstream of RHEL and it is more stable.

My first contact with the Fedora community was at 2010 in Zürich, Switzerland. There I recognized that it is indeed a very nice and international community with a lot of interesting people.

Informations

  • Email: luc@delouw.ch
  • Websites: www.delouw.ch and blog.delouw.ch
  • Skype: luc.delouw
  • Location: [1]
  • Timezone: CET (UTC+1) and CEST (UTC+2) daylight saving time.
  • Languages: Swiss-German, German, English, some French, a bit Spanish
  • Employer: Red Hat GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Current activities within Fedora

  • Reporting bugs, mostly RHEL and RHN-Sat (and spacewalk) related
  • German translations for Spacewalk
  • One single bugfix for Cobbler

Future activities within Fedora

I dont know how and who to approach... On the following things I'm able to contribute:

  • Packaging
  • Testing and more bug reports
  • Infrastructure (Server set up and maintenance and similar things)
  • Help with organizing events

Feel free to contact me...


Opensource contributions

  • Translation of some KDE programs from English to German
  • Creator of web-cyradm, a web front end to manage Cyrus IMAP users and Postfix

Interests

  • System automation in general
  • RHN Satellite/Spacewalk
  • RHEV/O-virt
  • Cobbler
  • Puppet