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[[Image:user_shawnl.jpg|right|250px|Shawn Landden]]
 
[[Image:user_shawnl.jpg|right|250px|Shawn Landden]]
==Super Exciting user page!==
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==Open Culture==
  
Hey, I'm Shawn, and I live in San Francisco Bay area. I am interesting in many things, including improving the arm port, and developing a reduced scope binary package model that can be installed without admin privileges, and the later upgraded to system-wide install, without re-downloading the package.
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I have been a faithful contributed to Wikipedia since April 2008 under the nick "scien​tus". While not an ardent writer in the legacy methods, I find the ability to immediately scratch and correct my criticisms of articles as I read them.
  
I am generally on IRC as scien​tes and like to help out and participate in discussions whenever I can.
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==Open Source==
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I became passionate about system level stuff in Linux around 2009 (guess), and while I had used used computers (Mac OS 8, then Win 98, then XP) for years, after using Linux, computer became something entirely different, because I wasn't being treated like a baby anymore (even if I *do* use gnome :P).
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I have medium skill in Ruby, and beginner skills in C, (and am very eager to improve these skills), yet have used what I have to engage in the community, contributing small patches to Linux, systemd, btrfs-progs, and more. I am interested in Vala.

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Shawn Landden
[[Image:{{{image}}}|center|250px|Shawn Landden]]
Fedora Information
FAS name: shawnl
Fedora email: shawnl@fedoraproject.org
IRC nick: scien​tes
IRC channels: #fedora-arm, #systemd, #techrights, #openhatch, #sflc, #coreboot
Fedorapeople page: https://shawnl.fedorapeople.org
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Shawn Landden

Open Culture

I have been a faithful contributed to Wikipedia since April 2008 under the nick "scien​tus". While not an ardent writer in the legacy methods, I find the ability to immediately scratch and correct my criticisms of articles as I read them.

Open Source

I became passionate about system level stuff in Linux around 2009 (guess), and while I had used used computers (Mac OS 8, then Win 98, then XP) for years, after using Linux, computer became something entirely different, because I wasn't being treated like a baby anymore (even if I *do* use gnome :P).

I have medium skill in Ruby, and beginner skills in C, (and am very eager to improve these skills), yet have used what I have to engage in the community, contributing small patches to Linux, systemd, btrfs-progs, and more. I am interested in Vala.