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Cheng-Chia Tseng
Cheng-Chia Tseng
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Cheng-Chia Tseng

My name is Cheng-Chia Tseng. I born in Chiayi city, Taiwan.

The computer science teacher of my junior high school in Chiayi City, Pei-Shin public junior high school, taught us about operating system and FOSS at the first class, then asked us to do a report for some topics he had set up. I picked the topic about Linux operating system, and even bought a book about Fedora Core 1 after the homework. That is the start of my Fedora journey.


  • Location: Chiayi city, Taiwan.
  • Language: Chinese (Traditional), English.
  • E-mail: pswo10680 AT gmail Dot com
  • Blog: 風吹草動
  • IRC channels: #fedora-zh #fedora-ambassadors

Activities within Fedora

Fedora Localization

I have been working on the translation to Traditional Chinese or Chinese (Taiwan). I also am a member of GNOME and KDE Chinese (Taiwan) team, and translate the apps I like to use.

Besides, I am the coordinator of xfce, Meego and LibreOffice Chinese (Taiwan) team, and the administrator of Ubuntu Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) Translators now.

Fedora APAC Ambassador

I would like to promote Fedora in Taiwan, and to create a more strong and connective community.


It seems that the Fedora users in Taiwan are many, but only use Fedora to help them pass the exam (ex. LPI certificate) for career needs. There are few people using Fedora driven by interest, not to mention about contributing.

I would like to reverse the situation and help spread Fedora in Taiwan, not only by the means of translating but also involving in local forum and even host a few events perhaps.

The final goal is to form a local Fedora team or community in Taiwan.