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Matt Domsch

Matt Domsch is a Technology Strategist in the Dell Office of the CTO, with an affinity for Operating Systems (especially Linux) and virtualization.

Matt has been developing, debugging, testing, and fixing aspects of Linux since 1999. Matt is a member of the 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 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.

Matt runs the popular and mailing lists (subscribe and read archives at for system administrators who use Linux on their Dell PowerEdge servers and Precision workstations.

See my other web pages. Dell Linux Engineering web site Dell Linux Sales and Marketing web site Ubuntu on select Dell desktops and notebooks Dell's public mailing lists (mostly Linux related) personal web pages


Matt has helped Dell to 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 MirrorManager which tracks all the mirrors. See Infrastructure/Mirroring for details.