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hpr1659 :: OggCamp Interview with Jon Archer

A short interview with Jon Archer, UK Fedora Ambassador.

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Part of the series: Interviews

HPR Correspondents bring you Interviews from interesting people and projects

In today's show, Philip Newborough interviews Jon Archer, the UK Fedora Ambassador.

In the interview, Philip and Jon discuss:

  • Jon's role as a Fedora Ambassador
  • Recent happenings in the land of Fedora
  • Jon's involvement with the new UK Fedora Podcast

The interview was conducted at OggCamp 14, a free culture unconference, held in Oxford UK on the weekend of October 4th-5th 2014.


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Comment #1 posted on 2014-12-18T22:27:58Z by NYbill

Ah it just clicked!

Hey Jon, we've known each other for a while online. After OGGcamp 2013, in IRC, I couldn't place meeting you (in person) and asked, "Did anyone introduce us?"

They hadn't.

But, hearing this episode, I think I just put the face to the name. You're the guy at the Fedora table! ;)

Cool, maybe I'll catch you at a future OGGcamp. I'll be sure to come over and say hello.

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