Em Quarta, 18 de Julho de 2007, o A.K. escreveu:
I think that the people behind the openSUSE project,
the members of the
openSUSE community, should become a little more visible to each other.
I totally agree with you! It's funny because some days ago I had the same
Therefore I am planning to do several interviews with
members (i.e. the 'People of openSUSE') about their involvement in the
project and also about their personal life and interests. The interviews
will always contain the same set of questions and will be published on
So like a "People Behind KDE" style, correct?
Here are some possible questions for an interview
(this is really a first
Clear and brief:
Place of birth
Mainly used distribution
Homepage / Blog
Favorite season: spring, summer, autumn or winter?
Add nickname to the list.
Questions related to the openSUSE project:
Suggestion 1: - A person ask you why should he/she choose openSUSE instead of
other distribution/OS. What would be your arguments to convince him/her to
pick up openSUSE?
Suggestion 2: - Three words to describe openSUSE.
Someone transfers you $1.000.000 from his bank account
– what would you do
with the money?
It's obviously that he would donate all the money to the openSUSE project ;-)
Last but not least, which kind of pictures are you
willing to publish on
(pictures of you, your pets, your desk, your car, your
desktop, your house etc.)?
I think that people are more interested in seeing how he/she desktop looks
like because it's a kind of personal-geek-thing.
If somebody would like to support me with the
interviews and maybe even
consider to take over in a couple of months - let me know.
I can help you even though it's simple because questions are the same
interview over interview so we only need to point out to someone.
How frequently are you thinking to do/release the interviews?