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== Gratien D'haese ==
 
== Gratien D'haese ==
* Living in Belgium, Antwerp region. Long time Unix user (+20 years) and Linux since 1992.
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* Living in Belgium [[File:Gdha_flag-be.jpg‎]], Antwerp region. Long time Unix user (+20 years) and Linux since 1992.
 
* Timezone: CET (in the Summer UTC+2 hours CEST)
 
* Timezone: CET (in the Summer UTC+2 hours CEST)
* Maintainer of two Open Source projects, [http://mkcdrec.sourceforge.net/  make CD-ROM Recovery - mkCDrec] (created in 2000) and [http://rear.sourceforge.net/  Relax and Recover - ReaR] (created in 2006) around Linux Disaster Recovery.
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* Professional background: [http://be.linkedin.com/in/gratiendhaese see my LinkedIn page]
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* Maintainer of several Open Source projects, [http://mkcdrec.sourceforge.net/  make CD-ROM Recovery - mkCDrec] (created in 2000) and [http://rear.sourceforge.net/  Relax and Recover - rear] (created in 2006) around Linux Disaster Recovery.
 
* Long time board member of the [http://www.ota.be  Open Technology Assembly] which was formerly known as the Belgian Unix Users Group (BUUG).
 
* Long time board member of the [http://www.ota.be  Open Technology Assembly] which was formerly known as the Belgian Unix Users Group (BUUG).
* RedHat Ready Partner (ISV Partner for ReaR).
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* RedHat Ready Partner (ISV Partner for Relax and Recover - rear).
* Hold certificates of RHCT, RHCVA.
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* Hold certificates of RHCSA, RHCVA.
  
 
== Contacts ==
 
== Contacts ==
 
* '''Fedora Account''': gdha
 
* '''Fedora Account''': gdha
 
* '''Email''': [mailto:gdha@fedoraproject.org  gdha AT fedoraproject DOT org]
 
* '''Email''': [mailto:gdha@fedoraproject.org  gdha AT fedoraproject DOT org]
* '''IRC''': gdha [ #fedora-meeting #fedora-ambassadors ]
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* '''IRC''': gdha [ #fedora-meeting #fedora-ambassadors #rear ]
 
* '''Website''': [http://www.it3.be/ IT3 Consultants ]
 
* '''Website''': [http://www.it3.be/ IT3 Consultants ]
  
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== Other Activities ==
 
== Other Activities ==
* Presentation "The implementation of a Linux Disaster Recovery Process (with rear) on Linux Open Administration Days, Wilrijk, 10 April 2010.
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* Presentation "The implementation of a Linux Disaster Recovery Process (with rear)" on Linux Open Administration Days, Wilrijk, 10 April 2010.
 
* Attended the RedHat Summit EMEA 2010, 2-5 May 2010, Valencia, Spain.
 
* Attended the RedHat Summit EMEA 2010, 2-5 May 2010, Valencia, Spain.
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* Linux Konferenca 2010, Portoroz, Slovenia (26-27 September 2010) - Presentation on rear; acting as Fedora Ambassador
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* T-Dose conference 2010, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (6 Nov 2010) - Presentation on rear; acting as Fedora Ambassador
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* 5-6 February 2011: [http://wwww.fosdem.org/2011/ FOSDEM], Brussels, Belgium - Presentation on rear
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* 16-17 April 2011: [http://www.loadays.org Linux Open Admin Days], Antwerpen, Belgium - Presentation: Exploring IPv6
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* 11-14 May 2011: [http://www.linuxtag.org LinuxTag 2011], Berlin, Germany - Presentation: Exploring IPv6 (and Project "Relax and Recover" Workshops)
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* 5-6 November 2011: [http://www.t-dose.org T-Dose conference 2011], Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Presentation: Exploring IPv6
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* 1 April 2012: [http://www.loadays.org Linux Open Admin Days], Antwerpen, Belgium - Presentation: Linux Disaster Recovery Best Practices: Relax and Recover
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* 23-25 May 2012: [http://www.linuxtag.org LinuxTag 2012], Berlin, Germany - Presentation: Linux Disaster Recovery Best Practices: Relax and Recover (and Workshop: Relax and Recover)
  
 
== Planned Activities ==
 
== Planned Activities ==
* 26-27 September 2010: Linux Konferenca 2010, Pontoroz, Slovenia - Presentation on rear; acting as Fedora Ambassador
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* 27-28 October 2012: [http://www.t-dose.org T-Dose conference 2012], Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Presentation:  Ad-hoc Copy and Run (adhocr)
* 6-7 November 2010: T-Dose conference 2010, Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Presentation on rear; acting as Fedora Ambassador
 

Latest revision as of 07:40, 25 October 2012

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Gratien D'haese

  • Living in Belgium Gdha flag-be.jpg, Antwerp region. Long time Unix user (+20 years) and Linux since 1992.
  • Timezone: CET (in the Summer UTC+2 hours CEST)
  • Professional background: see my LinkedIn page
  • Maintainer of several Open Source projects, make CD-ROM Recovery - mkCDrec (created in 2000) and Relax and Recover - rear (created in 2006) around Linux Disaster Recovery.
  • Long time board member of the Open Technology Assembly which was formerly known as the Belgian Unix Users Group (BUUG).
  • RedHat Ready Partner (ISV Partner for Relax and Recover - rear).
  • Hold certificates of RHCSA, RHCVA.

Contacts

Activities within Fedora

  • Fedora Ambassador
  • Fedora Packager

Other Activities

  • Presentation "The implementation of a Linux Disaster Recovery Process (with rear)" on Linux Open Administration Days, Wilrijk, 10 April 2010.
  • Attended the RedHat Summit EMEA 2010, 2-5 May 2010, Valencia, Spain.
  • Linux Konferenca 2010, Portoroz, Slovenia (26-27 September 2010) - Presentation on rear; acting as Fedora Ambassador
  • T-Dose conference 2010, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (6 Nov 2010) - Presentation on rear; acting as Fedora Ambassador
  • 5-6 February 2011: FOSDEM, Brussels, Belgium - Presentation on rear
  • 16-17 April 2011: Linux Open Admin Days, Antwerpen, Belgium - Presentation: Exploring IPv6
  • 11-14 May 2011: LinuxTag 2011, Berlin, Germany - Presentation: Exploring IPv6 (and Project "Relax and Recover" Workshops)
  • 5-6 November 2011: T-Dose conference 2011, Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Presentation: Exploring IPv6
  • 1 April 2012: Linux Open Admin Days, Antwerpen, Belgium - Presentation: Linux Disaster Recovery Best Practices: Relax and Recover
  • 23-25 May 2012: LinuxTag 2012, Berlin, Germany - Presentation: Linux Disaster Recovery Best Practices: Relax and Recover (and Workshop: Relax and Recover)

Planned Activities

  • 27-28 October 2012: T-Dose conference 2012, Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Presentation: Ad-hoc Copy and Run (adhocr)