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Old 28th November 2016, 11:13 PM
jeffnz Offline
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Join Date: May 2016
Location: New Zealand
Age: 26
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Inspired to join as a (future) bug-hunter or developer

Sadly I do not have internet where I live, which makes things rather difficult!

(I'd love to get internet on my desktop PC but in New Zealand it costs an arm and a leg to get an internet connection for one person)

In the future I'd like to work on Fedora and find bugs. I'm 26 and in the past I never understood bug hunting, but now I understand that most bugs are introduced either 1) upon a new release; or 2) after an update. I've used Linux long enough to understand its different components, well, the obvious ones. In the foreseeable future I'll definitely be working on Fedora or at least writing my own programs and packaging them. I feel like I owe a debt to the community.
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