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Ingmar Lippert, a Fedora user since 2015, social scientist, researching data practices , infrastructures and the digital society. Well, and coming with an interest in issues of sustainability, especially environmental concerns.
, Fedora since
, social scientist, researching data practices and , and with an interest in sustainability
Latest revision as of 08:47, 28 April 2022
I recall my first Linux use and floppy disks and CDs, SuSE and Redhat in the 1990s; 1.5 decades of Darwin followed; subsequently, from 2015 on, I moved back into the Linux world, using Fedora since then, on laptops and desktop machines.
Within the Fedora community, I am involved in connecting social scientists and establishing a special interest group for users working in the social sciences. I am social scientist, researching data infrastructures, practices and labour, and all kinds of messy socio-technical relations – specifically with an interest in so-called sustainability transitions.
I am involved with testing open source software that I use for my everyday research – JabRef and QualCoder; but I do not engage in programming on my own.
A main website is ingli.de, sometimes I am active on twitter, joined the fediverse a while ago as https://scholar.social/@i_ngli.