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Behind Ubuntu: Raphaël Pinson

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Raphaël is known for his work on Kubuntu, and more recently on Ichthux, a Linux distribution based on Kubuntu and aimed at Christian users and communities.

In his interview, we learn how Raphaël’s Christianity has influenced his involvement in the open source community, how he feels non-English speakers fare and what he gets up to in his spare time.

Bio
IRC Nickname: raphink
Location: Cannes, French Riviera
Age: 24
Profession: Linux System Administrator
Website/Blog: www.raphink.info

Ubuntu Stuff

In what way are you involved in Ubuntu?

I am an Ubuntu core-dev, focusing on Kubuntu. I make packages, review the packages of other contributors, work on bugs, translations, documentation. I also have a side project, Ichthux, which is a derivative distribution based on Kubuntu for Christian users and communities, that I am including in Ubuntu.

How much time do you spend working on Ubuntu?

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