* What have you done already for openSUSE?
R: I am new to the community, i want to work in Spanish translation
and development, I have personally promoted basic course of events gnu
/ linux for new students at my university, presenting alternative
openSUSE highlighting its stability and me in my personal experience
with the system, from 11.0 to the current version.
* What are your plans for promoting openSUSE? Please tell us what you
want to do the next 6 months.
R: I am the vice-president of engineering careers in computer science,
in the course of the year we do many activities and promote free
software alternatives, the closest is in May ("barcamp 5.0"), there'll
be giving several conferences about openSUSE between topics:
-about the community
, and other more
Also, among the plans evagelizard xD ... I have many contacts in
college and am preparing a "openSUSE tour" in different schools,
introducing the system and distributing installations DVDs, such plans
would be short term.
* Are you ready to start promoting openSUSE?
R: Yes, before sending the request of Ambassador evaluates me to see
how capable I am. Think I'm ready for this great mission.
* What do you think is the best kept secret of openSUSE?
R: I think the secret is in the form of development, the seriousness
and commitment of both Novell and the community. openSUSE is not as
informal, when people talk about openSUSE are talking to one of the
best distributions gnu \ linux and I think that is the secret which
was made by the developers and the community.
* Why do you love to do this?
R: Because I think a system so powerful can not be unknown to the
people, in these countries (Central America) people are tired of
fighting malware filled systems, getting licenses pirates, panicking
for unexpected errors. I think it is necessary to promote a viable
alternative for everyone.
* How did you start with with Linux/openSUSE? What is your level of
R: My intention was to learn more and wanted to start in the world of
GNU / Linux and after trying several distributions and investigate, I
found to try openSUSE and after a while, I knew I had the operating
I consider my experience level and intermediate-advanced, is that even
I have too many things to learn.
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