Free software activities (April, 2019)

April was a very exciting month for my free software life. Namely, I switched jobs, sadly leaving the FSF and excitedly starting at the GNOME Foundation. No one was mean to me in April, which is exciting as always.

Pink tulips and two red poppies from above.

Personal activities

  • I started my second term on the Board of Directors of the Open Source Initiative. Three more years!
  • With Debian, we took further steps with GSoC and Outreachy.
  • I attended my second bug squashing party. Yay, Debian!
  • I spoke at FOSS North and Linux Fest Northwest.
  • There was an OSI board phone call.

Professional activities

  • Wrapped up work at the FSF!
  • Started at the GNOME Foundation as the Strategic Initiatives Manager!
  • Attended and tables at Linux Fest Northwest on behalf of GNOME.
  • Failed to determine if I want to pronounce the “g” in GNOME.