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Re: Hello and introduction


My  name is  Vedran Vucic and I am involved in various civic movements in the
last 16 years or so. I also compose music for theatre and work with free
software in the last 10 years.  I am on debain-women list because I think that 

technology is not primarily male thing.  I think that noone is happy in
male-dominated world so men and women should cooperate to make world better.
I am president of the board of the Linux cetre in Belgrade, Serbia.
however, all can feel free to ask any questions that anyone may have.

Vedran Vucic

Quoting Alexander Schmehl <tolimar@debian.org>:

> Hi!
> * Christian Perrier <bubulle@debian.org> [060225 07:13]:
> > Older members could also send mini bios, by the way.....Who begins? :-)
> Uhm... perhaps me?  Since I have never send a bio but was lurking
> arround for quite some time, you could say, that it's my turn ;)
> Hi!  My name is Alexander Schmehl but I'm often called "tolimar" (no big
> meaning behing that, it's a quite unknown character in "book of lost
> tales", the prequel to the prequel to "Lord of the Rings").  I'm a
> Debian Developer as long as I'm 28 years old (which will be four weeks
> tomorov).
> I maintain a couple of smaller packages (related to games, some other
> packages will hopefully follow soon ;) but my main contributions to
> Debian are - if you like to say so - public relations work:  Organizing
> smaller and bigger events, boothes and merchandising for exhibitions,
> fairs and small conferences, delivering talks.  Most of that in germany
> and nearby european countries.
> If I'm not traveling arround in the countrie, I'm trying to complete my
> degree in computer science (Anyone heard ever of the Department of
> Computer Science at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt?)
> and work as part time employee as "software developer" / "techical
> foobarist" at a company producing cool (and uncool) open source stuff.
> My interest in d-w?  Mostly curiosity at first I must honestly confess.
> I was just curious, what you are going to do.  But I found some stuff
> created by d-w quite interesting and usefull (e.g. the bug squashing
> workshops or the maintainer scripts article (wouldn't have made it
> through nm without it)).
> So, if there's something I can help with, just say so.
> Yours sincerely,
>   Alexander
> -- 
> http://learn.to/quote/
> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

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