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Joe Brockmeier
Joe Brockmeier
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Joe Brockmeier

Self Intro

Recovering tech journalist, long-time open source advocate, currently a member of the Apache Software Foundation, and on the PMC for Apache CloudStack and the Apache Incubator. You can learn more about me on my blog Dissociated Press and/or by following me on Twitter. My email address can easily be found by using Google (or the search engine of your choice).

I'm interested in working on Fedora Marketing, Fedora Cloud, and other projects in Fedora to help improve and promote Fedora Linux. Using Fedora as my default desktop, and working for Red Hat on the Open Source and Standards (OSAS) team.

Participation in the Fedora Project

  • Member of the Fedora Cloud Workgroup since its inception.
  • Active in Fedora Marketing (writing Fedora release announcements, writing for Fedora Magazine).