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People behind Debian: Margarita Manterola

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raphaelhertzog.com: When I think about Margarita, I always remember her as a friendly and welcoming person. Like most of the Debian Women members by the way. But she likes to spread some love and organized a Debian Appreciation Day for example.

Interview with Cheri Francis on UDS

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  • Interview with Cheri Francis on UDS
  • The Linux Setup - Clement Lefebvre, Linux Mint

Red Hat's Jim Whitehurst: "I Want to Meet Linus"

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linux.com: Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst is speaking this year at LinuxCon on opening day about the challenges that still lie ahead as we embark on another 20 years of Linux. We wanted to know more about Whitehurst's perspective as we prepare for the big event and the formal celebration of the 20th anniversary of Linux. Here's what he told us.

interviews w/ RH and Ubuntu

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Ubuntu
  • The Other Side of Red Hat – an interview with Craig Muzilla
  • International Newsmaker Q&A: Jon Melamut

Developer Interview

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  • TDF Developer Interview: Tor Lillqvist
  • People behind Debian: Martin Michlmayr, former Debian Project Leader

FOSS advocate who's free, frank and fearless

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itwire.com: Journalist, FOSS advocate, feminist - Carla Schroder is all these and more. But more than anything it is her straight talking that marks her out - when she takes a stand on issues she is driven by conviction.

People of openSUSE: Manu Gupta

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news.opensuse.org: My name is Manu, I am 21 years old and I live in India. I am currently in my final year of graduation in computer science. My native language is Hindi. During my free time, I participate in openSUSE Project and hang out with friends, watch movies and do other stuff.

They make Mageia: Jérôme Quelin

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blog.mageia.org: 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!

Fuduntu 14.10: An interview with Andrew Wyatt 'Fewt'

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cristalinux.blogspot: It was around 6 months ago that I got in touch with Andrew Wyatt (a.k.a. Fewt, lead developer for Fuduntu) to REVIEW release 14.7 of his distro FUDUNTU. Fewt kindly answered a number of questions which provided context to why Fuduntu was shaping up the way it was.

A window to open source OS w/ Prakash Advani

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Ubuntu

thehindubusinessline.com: “The vision for Ubuntu is part social and part economic: free software, available free of charge to everybody on the same terms, and funded through a portfolio of services provided by Canonical.”

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