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Giannis Konstantinidis: How do you Fedora?

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Konstantinidis first became involved in the Fedora community in December 2009. At the age of fourteen, he became a Fedora Ambassador. Giannis said, “It’s exciting to be one of the youngest people to have ever joined the project, and especially the Ambassadors.” Giannis represents the Fedora community at events and conferences both domestically and abroad. He gives presentations, runs workshops, and organizes event booths. His focus is on community building in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region with a focus on the Balkans region.

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