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* Latam admin of the [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FreeMedia?rd=Distribution/FreeMedia Fedora FreeMedia Program]
 
* Latam admin of the [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FreeMedia?rd=Distribution/FreeMedia Fedora FreeMedia Program]
 
* I've helped Fedora users on freenode at #fedora-br, #fedora and some others irc channels, ask.fedoraproject.org and other social networks.  
 
* I've helped Fedora users on freenode at #fedora-br, #fedora and some others irc channels, ask.fedoraproject.org and other social networks.  
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== Unofficial Role related to Fedora ==
 
* Administrator at [https://www.facebook.com/groups/fedorabrasil/ Fedora Brasil facebook group] 2500+ users and [https://t.me/fedorabr Fedora Brasil Telegram Channel] 500+ users where I'm also an admin.
 
* Administrator at [https://www.facebook.com/groups/fedorabrasil/ Fedora Brasil facebook group] 2500+ users and [https://t.me/fedorabr Fedora Brasil Telegram Channel] 500+ users where I'm also an admin.
  

Revision as of 23:57, 11 April 2017

Frederico Lima
Frederico Lima ({{{pronouns}}})
Personal information
Location: Brasília, Brazil
Birthday: July 23, 1983
Homepage: http://www.fredericolima.com.br
GPG key: ED8FD974
Contact information
Facebook: fredericolima.com.br
LinkedIn: fredhenriquelima
GitHub: fredericolima

Fedora-specific information
FAS name: fredlima
Fedora e-mail: fredlima@fedoraproject.org
Fedora homepage: fredlima.fedorapeople.org
 


Intro

Hi,

I'm Frederico Lima from Belo Horizonte (city of Sepultura band) state of Minas Gerais but now I'm living in Brasília capital of Brazil.

I started using Linux back in 1999 with some distros that I do not remember anymore

but back in 2000 when I bought an brazilian computer magazine called "PC Master" and the Suse 6.3 distro came with it, I started to like it even more.

This is my CD of Suse 6.3 that came with the magazine

Since then, I've been using Linux, mostly Slackware and Debian.

I always wanted to contribute with the open-source community,

So around 2005 I started packaging and translating a few things into Slackware. Just small contributions.

Some years ago I've started using Fedora on my personal laptop and desktop, and at my workstation on my job. And deploying the apps that I develop on RHEL servers.

But in 2016 I felt it was time to really contribute, and as I liked the Fedora Project proposal, I joined that community.

Feel free to contact me to join any team at Fedora Project.

Thank you.

Jon "Maddog" Hall and me

Role in Fedora Project

Unofficial Role related to Fedora

Current Job

I work for the Brazilian Federal Government using open-source solutions.

Academic Titles

Bachelors degree in system information and associate degree in system development.

Certifications

  • LPI LPIC-1
  • CompTIA Linux+
  • SuSE Certified Linux Administrator (CLA)
  • Green IT Citizen

Hobbies

Play guitar and retro-games.

Events