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Jamie Duncan
Jamie Duncan
Fedora Information
FAS name: jduncan
Fedora email: jduncan@fedoraproject.org
IRC nick: jduncan
IRC channels: #fedora, #bcfg2, #zabbix, #rvalug, #rhel (and others)
Fedorapeople page: https://jduncan.fedorapeople.org
Badges (35)
Curious Penguin (Ask Fedora I) Involvement Ambassador Embryo Bloggin' it! (Planet I) Tadpole If you build it... (Koji Success I) Don't Call it a Comeback Paranoid Panda Bona Fide What goes around comes around (Karma I) Egg Building the Outer Ring (Copr Build I) Junior Badger (Badger I) Take this and call me in the morning Is this thing on? (Updates-Testing I) In Search of the Bull (Tester I) You can call me "Patches" (SCM I) Partners in Crime Building the Outer Ring (Copr Build III) Building the Outer Ring (Copr Build II) Like a Rock (Updates-Stable I) If you build it... (Koji Success II) Corporate Drone Origin Associate Badger (Badger 1.5) Tadpole with Legs Mirror, Mirror on the Wall Froglet Crypto Badger Crypto Panda Adult Frog Delivery Building the Outer Ring (Copr Build IV) Building the Outer Ring (Copr Build V)
 

Introduction

My name is Jamie Duncan. I live in Richmond, VA with my wife, 2 dogs, 4 cats and a frog named Europa.

Most of my FOSS efforts center around the LUG I started here in Richmond, VA (rvalug.org) as well as the local Richmond Hackerspace (hackrva.org), of which I'm a part-owner.

Activities within Fedora

Right now my biggest activity within Fedora is through the Ambassadors Project. I was a FLOSS advocate way before I started working at Red Hat. The Ambassadors Program lets me be part of an incredible community talking about and advocating for what I think is a pretty amazing Open Source project.

What gets me going?

Free and Open Source software has essentially provided me with a career, and I want to return the favor. The part of the Open Source Way that I enjoy the most is the actual community building process. Engaging with other people and enabling them to work together towards a common goal is exciting to me. It's a blast.

I get to live that out everyday with my day job as a Technical Account Manager for Red Hat.

I also enjoy playing around with Django, doing some amateur web development.