|Adam John Miller|
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Adam John Miller
I'm a Husband, Father, Ansible Developer, Pythonista, Fedora Community Member, Linux nerd, Hatter, Texan, Geek, Published Author, and a Public Speaker.
I'm an Ansible upstream contributing developer and a member of the Ansible Engineering Team at Red Hat.
I've been a GNU/Linux user since Red Hat Linux 7.
I have an Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science and a Masters of Science in Information Assurance and Security. My main goal within the Open Source community is to contribute in any way that I am able in order to enhance FOSS.
I served as an elected member of the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee from December of 2015 through December of 2018.
You can find me on Twitter yelling into the void on occasion as @TheMaxamillion.
I am comfortable coding in Python, Ruby, bash shell (3.0+), POSIX sh and I know my way around Go and Node.js but not nearly well enough to claim I'm "fluent" in either. I have some experience with Ada83, Java, C, C++ but am horridly out of practice. I know some Intel-x86 and MIPS assembly but prefer to not ever code in either. I'm always dabbling in different programming languages because I find them fascinating but haven't found another language in my dabbling that I feel comfortable enough with to claim as a "skill".
I am well versed in Ansible, using it for automating but also developing against it's code base and developing plugins/modules.
I have professional experience with debian and Fedora/RHEL/CentOS server administration (in an array of implementations) and general (desktop/laptop) use.
I am currently a Red Hat Certified Professional, Certificate Number: 110-008-810
My Open Source Contributions
I can be found here on github.com
I can be found here on pagure.io
Since December 2017, I have been a member of the Ansible Core Engineering Team focusing on upstream development of various Ansible related code and content.
From April 2012 to April 2015 I was the Release Engineer for OpenShift Online at Red Hat. As a fan of Open Source and of OpenShift, I would love to help bring OpenShift Origin (the upstream to OpenShift Online) to as many users and developers within the community in any way I can, and will continue to strive towards that goal.
My Relation to the Fedora Project
I am currently a Fedora packager and plan to continue this for the foreseeable future. I still enjoy playing around with other distros but prefer to develop/package for Fedora as this project is the one that puts forth my own personal beliefs in software freedom as well as keeping up with wonderful quality assurance, a helpful community, inspiring innovation, and an over all solid distribution.
The Gnome Project
I am currently a Friend of Gnome and I encourage others to join in as well. http://www.gnome.org/friends/
KDE e.V. Join the Game
I am currently a supporter of KDE e.V.'s Join the Game program and I encourage others to join in as well. http://jointhegame.kde.org/
Support & Bug Triage
- Tech support in #fedora, #rhel, and #epel on irc.freenode.net
- Active in bugzilla
- GitHub: maxamillion
- Member of the Rel-Eng Team
- Member of the Fedora xfce SIG
- Packager for Fedora, packages I work on here.
- Member of the Fedora EPEL SIG
- Previously involved in the Fedora QA Community (mostly revolving around the XFCE Spin)
- Previously a member of the Fedora Atomic SIG
- Wrote a small Firefox addon to search Fedora pkgdb easily. - Now defunct, this functionality has been merged with pkgdb (pkgdb also now defunct, this functionality replaced by pagure)
- Planning a Fedora 13 feature of "No MTA" for desktop users. - defunct
- Fedora 18 inclusion of upstream OpenShift Origin - Feature Page
- Fedora 23 Two Week Atomic
- Fedora 24 OpenShift Origin
- Fedora 24 Docker Layered Image Build Service
Plans & Goals
I hope to continue to contribute to open source as a whole by developing custom applications, patching and packaging, giving support on irc support channels, writing wiki pages and documentation, and so much more.