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|REAL-NAME= Randy Berry
|birthday= August 18, 1967
|birthplace= Yorkshire, England
|HOME= Battle Creek, MI. USA
|image= Me in loco2.JPG
|FAS-NAME= dp67
|pmail= randyn3lrx@gmail.com
|gpg= CB921CBB
|homepage=
|twitter=
|irc-nick= N3LRX
|irc-channels= #Fedora, #Fedora-Devel, #Fedora-Hams, #Fedora-Social,
}}
= Randall J. Berry (Randy) =
= Randall J. Berry (Randy) =
[[Image:Randy.png|thumb|right|frame|]]


==About Me ==
==About Me ==
My name is Randy Berry, I am a Fedora Ambassador. I have been a Fedora user since FC2 and a Red Hat Linux user before that. I enjoy working with Fedora and learning as much as I can about the operating system. I try to keep myself fluent in both the CLI and GUI aspects of Fedora. I am an Amateur Radio Operator my callsign is N3LRX, and a member of the [[SIGs/AmateurRadio|Amateur Radio Special Interest Group]]. I promote Fedora Linux to all my friends as well as to other computer users I meet. I enjoy contributing to the community as much as I can. I am currently learning packaging and looking forward to contributing more to Fedora's Amateur Radio SIG as well as Fedora as a whole.
My name is Randy Berry, I am a Fedora Ambassador. I have been a Fedora user since FC2 and a Red Hat Linux user before that. I enjoy working with Fedora and learning as much as I can about the operating system. I try to keep myself fluent in both the CLI and GUI aspects of Fedora. I am an Amateur Radio Operator my callsign is N3LRX, and a member of the [[SIGs/AmateurRadio|Amateur Radio Special Interest Group]]. I promote Fedora Linux to all my friends as well as to other computer users I meet. I enjoy contributing to the community as much as I can. I am currently learning packaging and looking forward to contributing more to Fedora's Amateur Radio SIG as well as Fedora as a whole.
== Contact ==
* '''Email''': [mailto:dp67@fedoraproject.org dp67@fedoraproject.org]
* '''IRC''': N3LRX #Fedora #Fedora-Devel #Fedora-Hams #Fedora-Social #Fedora-Unity #HamRadio
* '''GPG key''': CB921CBB
* '''Fedora Account''': dp67
* '''Amatuer Radio Callsign''' [http://www.qrz.com/callsign/N3LRX N3LRX]


== Fedora Special Interest Groups ==
== Fedora Special Interest Groups ==

Revision as of 13:37, 3 August 2011

Randy Berry
Randy Berry
Personal Information
Birthday: August 18, 1967
Home: Battle Creek, MI. USA
Fedora-specific Information
FAS-Name: dp67
Fedora-Mail: dp67@fedoraproject.org
Miscellaneous Information
Private Mail: randyn3lrx@gmail.com
GPG-Key: CB921CBB
IRC: N3LRX on Libera.chat in
#Fedora, #Fedora-Devel, #Fedora-Hams, #Fedora-Social,
Badges (36)
Embryo Egg In Search of the Bull (Tester I) Proven Tester Involvement Ambassador Tadpole Don't Call it a Comeback Tadpole with Legs Paranoid Panda Junior Badger (Badger I) Speak Up! Bona Fide Junior Editor Let Me Introduce Myself Origin Froglet Partners in Crime Science (Kernel Tester II) Baby Badger Your call may be monitored for quality assurance Nuancier F23 Science (Kernel Tester I) Mugshot Associate Badger (Badger 1.5) Amateur Radio SIG Member Crypto Badger Discovery of the Footprints (Tester II) Science (Kernel Tester III) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure I) Adult Frog Long Life to Pagure (Pagure VI) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure II) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure IV) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure V) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure III)
 

Randall J. Berry (Randy)

About Me

My name is Randy Berry, I am a Fedora Ambassador. I have been a Fedora user since FC2 and a Red Hat Linux user before that. I enjoy working with Fedora and learning as much as I can about the operating system. I try to keep myself fluent in both the CLI and GUI aspects of Fedora. I am an Amateur Radio Operator my callsign is N3LRX, and a member of the Amateur Radio Special Interest Group. I promote Fedora Linux to all my friends as well as to other computer users I meet. I enjoy contributing to the community as much as I can. I am currently learning packaging and looking forward to contributing more to Fedora's Amateur Radio SIG as well as Fedora as a whole.

Fedora Special Interest Groups

Echo-mktg-48px.png Amateur Radio Special Interest Group