Thank you, Ubuntu!

My experience with Ubuntu started in 2007 when i was doing the internship of my second year in Computer Engineering, the first week was really boring, the second week and while i was trying to fix the DVD driver, i opened the drawer then i found a Green CD of "OpenSUSE", i booted with the live CD, the OS was a bit complicated and not easy to play with.

My Ubuntu certificate, signed by Mark Shuttleworth

I started googling for other Gnu/Linux distributions, after a few hours i found a distro called "Ubuntu", i downloaded the iso, booted with the live CD it was easy to access almost everything(browser, e-mail client, musique player and an office suite that comes out of the box), then Ubuntu becomes my second OS.

In 2009 i read an article on OMG!Ubuntu about a project called "The Ubuntu Manual Project", they were looking for contributors, as you may know i do a lot of web developement i jumed on the IRC channel someone pointed me the mockups, in few days the site(made by myself) was up and running until now. That's where my story with Ubuntu began.

I learned a lot of things and i had the pleasure to know and meet a lot of great & inspiring people virtually and IRL.

Me and Daniel Holbach

From the right : IamNotThatGuy , Me, Joel Pickett, Rohan Garg, Ayrton Araújo, Randall Ross Steve Riley the former face of Microsoft Security and another guy

Me and the Kubuntu developers

Me and the Kubuntu developers again

Thank you, Ubuntu!