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DEBIAN CONTRIBUTOR

Name: Carlos Donizete Froes | Nickname: coringao | City: Poa | State: Sao Paulo | Country: Brazil

I have advanced knowledge in the GNU/Linux distributions of this 2003 (distributions: Conectiva/Mandriva and Ubuntu). At the end of 2005, I created the Ubuntu Games site (discontinued) and later became an official member of Ubuntu from 2009 to 2015.

I started working with Debian from the Squeeze version, contributing bug reports and packaging to Debian GNU/Linux.

I chose Debian as the main GNU/Linux distribution in providing a simple and efficient operating system for users. Thanks to the Debian community, which has had a heavy weight on my decision and is certainly open to suggestions and, of course, contributions.

In terms of packaging, my only current goal is to get my packages in good shape for future Debian releases. See my DDPO report page for more details on my packages.


MY PERSONAL CONTACTS


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{*} Personal Email: coringao at riseup dot net

{*} Social Networking: (Text in Portuguese)
- Twitter: @coringao | @debiandicas
- Telegram: @coringao

{*} IRC Nickname: coringao
- Channels: #debian-br, #debian-devel-br

{*} My projects: salsa.d.o/coringao-guest | gitlab.com/coringao
- The trend is to add great games to the Debian project.

{*} GPG KEY: 4096R/B638B780
- Fingerprint: 2157 630B D441 A775 BEFF D35F FA63 ADA6 B638 B780

PARTICIPATION IN EVENTS

  • I have personally come since 2016 at the "MiniDebConf" events in Brazil, helping with Debian installations for beginning users, sharing knowledge and giving lectures.

Mini DebConf 2016 - Curitiba/PR Brazil

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/curitibalivre/albums/72157665695548695

Mini DebConf 2017 - Curitiba/PR Brazil

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/curitibalivre/albums/72157679698906961

Mini DebConf 2018 - Curitiba/PR Brazil

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/curitibalivre/albums/72157690015019780

DebConf 2019 - Curitiba/PR Brazil

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https://wiki.debian.org/DebConf/19/Photos

TESTIMONIES

{*} Carlos Donizete is a great friend, he also does a great job with Ubuntu Games project. Ubuntu Games Project is responsible by many gamers come to Ubuntu Linux. The IUG (Ubuntu Games Installer) is his newest project and is just the best idea i ever seen. I recommend Carlos Donizete to become an Ubuntu Member! -- LedStyle

{*} Coringao (aka Carlos Donizete) is one of the more hard working members I have ever seen in the Brazilian team. He hasn't done the usual translation and documentation work, but he has created a whole new sub community with Ubuntu Games. His site and work has been complimented by people from all around the world. Also, he has been doing lots of advocating in national FOSS events showing users that they can also have fun on Ubuntu. On the biggest events he should have a booth of his own, as there are dozens of people looking for him at each instant. He is a GREAT asset for the Brazilian community and a very important piece for Ubuntu and FOSS grow in the gamers community. I have to give him my best recommendations possible for a membership. -- MarioMeyer

{*} Coringao did an excellent work with Ubuntu Games. I met him at FISL'08, and support him to become an Ubuntu Member. -- AndreGondim