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Woo Huiren
Woo Huiren
Personal Information
Birthday: 30 May 1997
Home: Singapore
Fedora-specific Information
FAS-Name: woohuiren
Fedora-Mail: woohuiren@fedoraproject.org
Miscellaneous Information
Private Mail: giantcrabby@gmail.com
GPG-Key: 84502749211A2669
IRC: GIANT_CRAB on Freenode in
#fedora #fedora-social #fedora-ambassadors #fedora-apac
Badges (28)
Mugshot Involvement Baby Badger Paranoid Panda Let Me Introduce Myself White Rabbit Singapore FAD 2015 Junior Editor Associate Editor Speak Up! Ambassador Bloggin' it! (Planet I) Secretary General Junior Badger (Badger I) Crypto Badger Don't Call it a Comeback Crypto Panda Macaron (Cookie I) Senior Editor Egg Nuancier F24 Nuancier F25 Community Messenger I Chocolate Chip (Cookie II) Associate Badger (Badger 1.5) CommOps Superstar Bloggin' it! (Planet II) APAC vFAD 2018
 


Person

Howdy there! I am a Singaporean who loves the Fedora project. Currently, serving my country as a full-time National Serviceman. Used to be a student who pursued a diploma in Information Technology where I learnt and do stuff related to programming, security, networking and servers.

Leenux?

So I heard about Linux at around the age of 14 but only started using it a year later. At that age, I only thought that Windows and OSX were the only operating systems that existed in the entire world; how ignorant I was back then. After using CentOS 6, I was surprised at how wonderful it was and user friendly it is. It was one of the most amazing thing I have ever seen and it blew me away.

Ambassador?

I love talking and more importantly, communicating ideas, discussing ideas and making the most impossible ideas become possible. My passion for technology and free software is what empowered me to become a part of the Singapore Fedora Ambassadors. I want to contribute to the free software community by leveraging on my passion; promoting this brilliant free OS (Fedora) to Singapore.