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= Matt Domsch =
 
= Matt Domsch =
  
Matt Domsch is a Technology Strategist in the [http://linux.dell.com Dell]  Office of the CTO, with an affinity for Operating Systems (especially Linux) and virtualization.
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Matt has been developing, debugging, testing, and fixing aspects of Linux since 1999. Matt served as a member of the [http://fedoraproject.org Fedora Project] [[Board]] from 2006-2010.  He helped write and maintain DKMS and efibootmgr userspace apps, edd, efivars and ppp_mppe kernel modules, and has contributed to the maintenance of many other kernel modules. Matt was a member of the 2004 and 2005 [http://linuxsymposium.org Ottawa Linux Symposium]  Program Committee. Matt holds a BS in Computer Science and Engineering from the [http://www.mit.edu Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)]  and a MS in Computer Science from [http://www.vanderbilt.edu Vanderbilt University] . Matt lives in the Austin, TX area with his wife and children.
 
 
Matt has been developing, debugging, testing, and fixing aspects of Linux since 1999. Matt is a member of the [http://fedoraproject.org Fedora Project] [[Board]].  He helped write and maintain DKMS and efibootmgr userspace apps, edd, efivars and ppp_mppe kernel modules, and has contributed to the maintenance of many other kernel modules. Matt maintains several packages in Fedora. Matt was a member of the 2004 and 2005 [http://linuxsymposium.org Ottawa Linux Symposium]  Program Committee. Matt holds a BS in Computer Science and Engineering from the [http://www.mit.edu Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)]  and a MS in Computer Science from [http://www.vanderbilt.edu Vanderbilt University] . Matt lives in the Austin, TX area with his wife and children.
 
 
 
 
 
Matt runs the popular linux-poweredge@dell.com and linux-precision@dell.com mailing lists (subscribe and read archives at http://lists.us.dell.com/) for system administrators who use Linux on their Dell Power<code></code>Edge servers and Precision workstations.
 
 
 
  
 
See my other web pages.
 
See my other web pages.
 
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https://domsch.com/ personal web pages
http://linux.dell.com Dell Linux Engineering web site
 
 
 
http://dell.com/linux Dell Linux Sales and Marketing web site
 
 
 
http://dell.com/ubuntu Ubuntu on select Dell desktops and notebooks
 
 
 
http://lists.us.dell.com Dell's public mailing lists (mostly Linux related)
 
 
 
http://domsch.com/ personal web pages
 
 
 
== Donations ==
 
 
 
Matt has helped Dell to [[Donations|donate]]  several servers for Fedora [[Infrastructure]]
 
 
 
 
 
== Mirror Wrangler ==
 
Matt is the acting Mirror Wrangler, meaning he's keeping the mirror lists current, and is the maintainer for [http://mirrormanager.org MirrorManager] which tracks all the mirrors.  See [[Infrastructure/Mirroring]]  for details.
 

Latest revision as of 19:16, 10 August 2018


Matt Domsch

Matt has been developing, debugging, testing, and fixing aspects of Linux since 1999. Matt served as a member of the Fedora Project Board from 2006-2010. He helped write and maintain DKMS and efibootmgr userspace apps, edd, efivars and ppp_mppe kernel modules, and has contributed to the maintenance of many other kernel modules. Matt was a member of the 2004 and 2005 Ottawa Linux Symposium Program Committee. Matt holds a BS in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a MS in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University . Matt lives in the Austin, TX area with his wife and children.

See my other web pages. https://domsch.com/ personal web pages