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TheIndependentAquarius 05-18-2010 02:55 AM

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Originally Posted by sukumar.s (Post 3972377)
I am not understand what is the LQ
can you please explain me this things with out minding me

Thanks in advance

Hello,

LQ means LinuxQuestions.org
Here Jeremy says that if you are a contributor to any open source project example "Kde", then a title like "Kde contributer" will appear under your user name here.

digsecurity 05-18-2010 03:22 AM

Hi,
I work for olpc(one laptop per child) project.

novroopaa01 05-26-2010 04:11 AM

I am not a member of any opensource project, also not an employee of an office that uses open source s/w. Am a undergrade student and using fedora as a beginer.

maneto 06-17-2010 09:46 AM

Hi, Jeremy
 
I've been told about getting you to know me.
XavierP sent me this thread link.

"I'm Neto, Linux User #490322 and Ubuntu User #28948.

I've recently joined Ubuntu Translation Team here in Brazil.
I'm an intern at Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná and I work as a network administrator. We use Debian on servers and Ubuntu and Windows on clients."

I've put these words in my Member Intro.

cucolin@ 10-04-2010 01:28 PM

I'm the founder of ITProHelper.com. I offer Open Source solutions to small business and individuals in New York. I also offer Micro$oft because its hard to convince clients that Open Source software will do the job for their business or they are just brain washed by Micro$oft marketing.

sag47 10-06-2010 04:35 PM

Currently here are many of the open source projects I participate and develop on my website.
http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~sag47/research.html

On my sourceforge user page is all the projects I develop for or assist in some way listed under "My Projects" at sourceforge.
http://sourceforge.net/users/sag47

My main development time currently goes into completing Scientific Calculator Web UI which is on the brink of it's next release. Currently Scientific Calculator is used by other open projects such as Amahi (Read about Amahi) which is currently based on Fedora.

Since becoming a GNU/Linux user in 2004 I have contributed tens of thousands of lines of code across many FOSS projects including patches, bug submissions, and creating my own software.

Other major projects I love and have contributed code and docs to include: Openfire, Aptana, MEPIS Linux, LinuxQuestions.org, NSIS, PortableApps.com and many others (I'll edit this as I think of more).

My user is sag47 across many projects (not all). If citing contributions is necessary I can do that as well.

Drakeo 10-10-2010 09:32 AM

I have a small group of people that run Slackware that I installed here in Champaign and Urbana IL. Most of my time is spent building bicycles and doing support for my little community of Slackers that seem to be growing. Most of the new CSM students come through here for open bikes lol. and a few questions on the kernel. Do not think I could be much help.
except putting some links on my website.
rebuilt pulse audio and handed over to Robby workman did not want to maintain it.


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