Sriram Ramkrishna is an old beard GNOME person. Clocking in at nearly 14 years into the project, Sri started contributing to the GNOME Project six months after the project was launched by Miguel De Icaza.
Sri started off in the project working on GNOME Summaries and grew the project into a regular monthly journal called GNOME Journal (http://www.gnomejournal.org) with a team of contributors who wrote and edited articles on various parts of the GNOME eco-system. Sri is also active on the marketing team doing community management.
Sri was also one of the initial members of the planning committee for the Linux Plumbers Conference dealing with IT infrastructure for the two years that Linux Plumbers was in Portland.
In his day job, Sri is a systems administrator for Intel Corporation administrating large installations of Linux compute clusters and accompanying storage.
Open Source Bridge 2016
Proposals for this user
The desktop application market has long languished. Even today there is no way to understand the strength of the GNU/Linux desktop application market. This talk will focus on creating a measurable desktop market by focusing on changing the application distribution model using GNOME xdg-app.
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How community triumphed over a corporation, a fun and educational talk on the back story of the GNOME trademark battle.
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