KDE.News kicks off Akademy
which will be held June 3-July 6 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia, with an interview
with Laur Mõtus
, host of Akademy 2012. "Hi, I'm 26 year old guy from Estonia, one of the members of Estonian LUG, intrigued by Linux since 28 April 1999, non-stop KDE user since autumn 2004. My daily work is as a network administrator with a touch of project management. Currently, my biggest contribution to FLOSS is being an internship coordinator for Free Software translations, manuals, also some administrative and programming jobs.
I am a representative of the Board of ALVATAL (Estonian Open Source and Free (Libre) Software Union), a young and enthusiastic team taking care of the local organization of Akademy 2012 in Tallinn. In the past, I have co-founded and contributed to two FLOSS projects-Estobuntu, an Estonian Linux distribution and Manpremo, a Python/Django based computer remote management system. For years, I have also done translation work for various FLOSS projects, but for last couple of years my focus has shifted more towards getting more contributors involved with FLOSS.
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