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.
- 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.
- 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.