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  • darkcrizt

    Of 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 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 own 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.

  • Isaac

    I am passionate about technology and I love learning and sharing knowledge about computer operating systems and architecture. I started with SUSE Linux 9.1 with KDE as the desktop environment. Since then I have been passionate about this operating system, leading me to learn and find out more about this platform. After that I have been delving deeper into this operating system, combining that with computer architecture issues and hacking. This has led me to also create some courses to prepare my students for the LPIC certifications, among others.

  • pablinux

    I am someone who is interested in almost everything related to technology, and an important part of technology is related to computers. I left my first PC with Windows, but how slow the Microsoft system works made me look at other alternatives. In 2006 I switched to Linux, and since then I have used many computers, but I have always had one with the kernel developed by Linus torvalds. What I have used the most have been distributions based on Ubuntu / Debian, but I also use others like Manjaro. As a techie, I like to test things on my Raspberry Pi, where even Android can be installed. And to complete the circle, I also have a 100% Linux tablet, the PineTab where, thanks to the port for SD cards, I am following the advances of systems such as Ubuntu Touch, Arch Linux, Mobian or Manjaro, among others. I also like cycling and no, my bike does not use Linux, but because there are no smart bikes yet.

  • Diego German Gonzalez

    I was born in Buenos Aires where I learned to love computers at 16. As a visually impaired, I personally saw how Linux improves people's lives, and I want to help more people benefit from using it.

Former editors

  • Joaquin Garcia

    As a lover of New Technologies, I have been using Gnu / Linux and Free Software since almost its inception. Although my favorite distro is by far Ubuntu, Debian is the distro I aspire to master.

  • 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, be it new distros or updates, programs, computers ... in short, anything that works with Linux.

  • Luis Lopez

    Free software fanatic, since I tried Linux I have not been able to quit. I have used many different distros, and they all have something that I love. Sharing everything I know about this operating system through words is another thing I enjoy.

  • Bill

    Computer Engineer, I am a Linux fanatic. 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.