Editorial team

En Linux Adictos We work to keep you informed of the latest and most important news related to the GNU/Linux world and Free Software. We season the content with tutorials and we would like nothing more than for people who have never done it to give Linux a chance

As part of our commitment to the Linux world and Free Software, Linux Adictos has been a partner of openexpo (2017 and 2018) and the Freewith 2018 the two most important Events of the sector in Spain.

The editorial team of Linux Adictos is made up of a group of experts in GNU / Linux and Free Software. If you also want to be part of the team, you can send us this form to become an editor.


  • pablinux

    My story with Linux begins in 2006. Tired of Windows errors and its slowness, I decided to switch to Ubuntu, a system I used until they switched to Unity. At that moment my distro-hopping began and I tried tons of Ubuntu/Debian-based systems. More recently I have continued exploring the Linux world and my teams have used systems like Fedora and several based on Arch, such as Manjaro, EndeavorOS and Garuda Linux. Other uses I make of Linux include testing on a Raspberry Pi, where sometimes I use LibreELEC to use a Kodi without problems, other times Raspberry Pi OS which is the most complete system for its boards and I am even developing a software store in Python for the famous boards to install flatpak packages without having to go to the official website and enter the commands manually.

  • Isaac

    I am passionate about technology, especially electronics, *nix operating systems, and computer architecture. Since I was little I was fascinated by the circuits, chips and programs that made machines work. That's why I decided to study computer engineering and dedicate myself to teaching and research in this field. I am currently a professor of Linux sysadmins, supercomputing and computer architecture at a prestigious university. I love sharing my knowledge and experiences with my students and colleagues. I am also a blogger and author of the microprocessor encyclopedia Bitman's World, a reference work for lovers of the history and evolution of processors. In addition, I am also interested in hacking, Android, programming, and everything related to technological innovation. I am always willing to learn new things and face new challenges.

Former editors

  • darkcrizt

    My main interests and what I consider hobbies are everything related to new technologies in relation to home automation and especially computer security. I am fascinated by exploring the possibilities offered by smart devices, free operating systems, and data protection and privacy tools. I am a Linuxer at heart with the enthusiasm and passion to continue learning and sharing everything related to this wonderful world of Linux and new technologies. Since 2009 I have used Linux and since then in various forums and blogs I have shared my experiences, problems and solutions in the day-to-day use of the different distributions that I have known and tested. Some of my favorites are (distros), but I am always open to trying new options and learning from them. As an editor, I like to write informative, educational and entertaining articles about Linux and other current technological topics. My goal is to transmit my passion and knowledge to readers, and help them solve their doubts and improve their skills.

  • Diego German Gonzalez

    I was born in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, where I discovered my passion for computing at the age of 16. Since then, I have dedicated my life to learning and sharing everything I know about Linux, the free and open operating system that has allowed me to access the digital world. As a visually impaired person, I have personally seen how Linux improves people's lives by offering solutions tailored to their needs and preferences. My dream is to help more people benefit from using Linux, and that is why I dedicate myself to writing articles, tutorials and reviews about this wonderful system. I firmly believe that Linux is the future of computing, and I want to be a part of it.

  • Joaquin Garcia

    As a lover of New Technologies, I have been using Gnu/Linux and Free Software since almost its beginnings. I am passionate about learning about the inner workings of operating systems and the philosophy of open source. Although my favorite distro is, without a doubt, Ubuntu, Debian is the distro that I aspire to master. I have written several articles and tutorials about Linux for different media and platforms, and I like to share my knowledge and experiences with the community. In addition, I am an active user of forums and social networks related to Linux, where I participate in debates, resolve doubts and provide suggestions. I consider myself an advocate of computer freedom and security, and I am always willing to try new tools and applications that improve my productivity and creativity.

  • azpe

    Passionate about Linux and everything related to this operating system, I like to share knowledge and experiences. I like to document everything new that comes out, whether it's new distros or updates, programs, computers... in short, anything that works with Linux. I have been writing about Linux for several years in different digital media, both in Spanish and English. I consider myself an advanced Linux user, capable of solving problems and optimizing my computer's performance. I also like to participate in Linux communities, where I learn from other users and collaborate on open source projects.

  • Luis Lopez

    Fan of free software, since I tried Linux I have not been able to put it down. I've used many different distros, and they all have something that I love. Sharing through words everything I know about this operating system is another thing I enjoy. I like to stay up to date with news and trends in the Linux world, as well as learn from other users and collaborate with the community. My goal is to spread the knowledge and use of Linux, and show its advantages and possibilities.

  • Bill

    Computer Engineer, I am a Linux fan. The system created by Linus Torvalds, back in 1991, has made me love working with a computer. Discovering all the secrets of any distro satisfies me enormously. I have tried many versions of Linux, from the most popular ones like Ubuntu or Debian, to the most exotic ones like Arch or Gentoo. I like to customize my desktop, install useful programs, and learn about the inner workings of the kernel. I also like to share my knowledge and experiences with other Linux users, whether on forums, blogs or social networks. Linux is more than an operating system, it is a philosophy of life.