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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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Accident at the Mageia development offices

There was an accident and small fire today at the Mageia development offices when the Cauldron pot used to cook packages got too full, overturned, starting a small fire and burning some Mageia developers and volunteer packagers. The local fire department is currently investigating the incident.

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