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Nathan is a technologist and Open Source enthusiast living and working in Florida. Often, he can be found playing board games with his family, video games by himself or breaking technological things in order to fix them "better".
Computer scientist, intensely interested in computer security.
Novice photographer and free software supporter. 🏴
La Fundación Nano Venezuela promueve el uso de #Nano como método de pago alternativo, influyendo positivamente en la sociedad venezolana.
PhD candidate in computational material science. Leftist. Feminist. Green. Open source. Open access. Privacy. Anonymity. Community. Believes that a better world is possible.
free/libre software, open data, open standards activist with a grudge against big tech, big IP holders and authoritarian governments.
In addition I'm also a bicycle enthusiast. The bicycle is one of the most energy efficient ways of transportation and as far as I'm concerned the most fun way. On top of that riding a bicycle is an excellent way to lose weight, increase strenght and improve overall health. Now get on your bicycle and have fun.
Like GNOME, Manjaro & Fedora
Just another guy who started out with running a BBS on my first computer. I seemed to have aged along the way, and enjoy using Linux.
Studying Computer Science
Interested in: DevOps, Linux, F(L)OSS and Education
Fan of containers and nixos
your local witching hour cryptid
Volunteer account for news about @Firefox Nightly on Android. It's blazing fast and privacy-focused.
Lawyer-turned-programmer with an interest in web development, open source, and making things as simple as possible.
Hi! I am Peter and I run a blog about LINux on MOBile devices – linmob.net. It's mostly about the PinePhone lately.
I'm a pediatric nurse by ☀️ and 🌙, ☕ lover and a 🐕 owner for life.
Interested in privacy 👁️, open source software 🚀️ and programming 👨💻️
Almost PhD in economics - international & tourism - studying productivity increase if you use deeply ICTs and more FOSS ones.