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They make Mageia: Jérôme Quelin

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Now that things are well on their way and that Mageia 1 is there, it’s time to discover some more about the persons that are making this a reality. Today, this is about Jérôme; thanks to him for being the first!

Who are you? Where do you live? What do you do for a living?

I am Jérôme Quelin (aka jq), 34 years old. I am married and a father of a little boy. We are living in Lyon, France, where I’m working at Renault Trucks.

How/where do you contribute to Mageia? what else do you contribute to, and why?

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