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I am currently an undergraduate in Computer Science at [[http://www.ntu.edu.sg|NTU]].
  
 
I first encountered a linux machine when I was 17 years old. Then, I was introduced to it as a server. Linux has since come a long way and now boast some of the finest feature that I've ever known.
 
I first encountered a linux machine when I was 17 years old. Then, I was introduced to it as a server. Linux has since come a long way and now boast some of the finest feature that I've ever known.
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I am hoping to be an ambassador, to bring the joy of open source operating system to more people.
 
I am hoping to be an ambassador, to bring the joy of open source operating system to more people.
  
I would be very interested in helping people get started with using Fedora, and adopt any other open source software that is developed by the community, for the community.
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I would be very interested in helping people get started with using Fedora, and adopt any other open source software that is developed by the community, for the community. Also, I am thinking of how I can best help bring open source to my school community, where a large deal of proprietary software is being used, much to the frustration of fellow classmates.
  
 
== Contact ==
 
== Contact ==

Revision as of 16:38, 20 June 2009

Er Qi Yang

I am currently an undergraduate in Computer Science at [[1]].

I first encountered a linux machine when I was 17 years old. Then, I was introduced to it as a server. Linux has since come a long way and now boast some of the finest feature that I've ever known.

I am hoping to be an ambassador, to bring the joy of open source operating system to more people.

I would be very interested in helping people get started with using Fedora, and adopt any other open source software that is developed by the community, for the community. Also, I am thinking of how I can best help bring open source to my school community, where a large deal of proprietary software is being used, much to the frustration of fellow classmates.

Contact

  • Email: erqiyang at gmail dot com
  • IRC:
    • Nick : qiyang
    • Channel : #fedora
  • Fedora Account: erqiyang

Activities within Fedora

  • Applying to be an ambassador. Currently under the mentoring of Susmit.