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People of openSUSE: Jos Poortvliet

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On this issue of people of openSUSE, you can read about our friendly SUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet. Read about his job at the SUSE, what he does in openSUSE, his personal opinion of Free Software, openSUSE and more!

Nickname: jospoortvliet
Blog: blog.jospoortvliet.com
Favorite season: Spring
Motto: Don’t Worry, Be Happy or Life Sucks (depends on my mood)

Please introduce yourself!

Hi there!

I’m Novell’s openSUSE community manager, dutch, workaholic, Free Software evangelist and cooking fanatic!

In openSUSE, I’m mostly active in marketing and working within Novell for openSUSE.

What especially motivates you to participate in the openSUSE project?

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