|Justin W. Flory|
|IRC:||jwf on irc.freenode.net|
I'm a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology and majoring in Networking & Systems Administration. I intend to graduate in 2019. I started using Linux (and Fedora) in December 2013 - Fedora 20 was my first Linux distribution. Growing up with Apple hardware, I slowly made the transition from OS X to Linux, and now proudly run all of my devices with Linux-based operating systems. I am extremely passionate about free and open source software and I try to champion it anywhere I can. As part of my time at RIT, I plan to pursue the FOSS Minor as part of my degree.
I'm generally idling somewhere on IRC around the clock (IRC: jwf), so if you see me, feel free to ping me and say hi!
- Email: jflory7 [at] fedoraproject [dot] org
- IRC: jwf
- Common IRC Channels:
Activities Within Fedora
Being involved with Fedora has always interested me, and I try to get involved where I can. Most of my contributions are as a(n)…
- Founding member, current lead, Community Operations team
- Leading member, Marketing team
- Editor-in-chief, Fedora Magazine
- Editor-in-chief, Fedora Community Blog
- Ambassador, North America (Verification)
- Campus Ambassador (sponsor)
- Leading member, Diversity team (headed by the Diversity Adviser)
- Administrator, Join SIG
- Administrator, Games SIG
- Infrastructure Apprentice
- Google Summer of Code 2016 student for the Fedora Project
Activities Outside Fedora
In addition to working on Fedora, I also have managed my own Minecraft server network called CrystalCraftMC for the past four years. I am a community moderator for SpigotMC, a free and open source Minecraft server software. I have a large span of knowledge surrounding the Minecraft open source community as a whole.
I'm also a coffee fanatic and a former barista. I support Direct Trade Coffee!
I have a loose scratchpad of ideas, thoughts, or concepts that I need a place to put them, but don't belong anywhere specific. All of my ideas on my scratchpad are related to Fedora in some way - perhaps you may find some of them useful! Feel free to read through my pad.