FLOSS Weekly 74
Guest: Jeff Sheltren
Topic: OSU Open Source Lab
Recorded: June 17, 2009
Published: June 20, 2009
FLOSS Weekly 74: Jeff Sheltren of the OSU Open Source Lab
Jeff Sheltren discusses the role of the OSU Open Source Lab in the open source community.
Jeff Sheltren, operations manager of the Oregon State University Open Source Lab
Jeff Sheltren is the operations manager of the Oregon State University Open Source Lab. Jeff comes to the lab from the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he was a senior systems administrator and programmer for the computer science department. Jeff was elected to serve as a member of Fedora's Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) steering committee in 2007. He currently maintains a number of packages for the Fedora Project and EPEL, and is a member of the QA team for CentOS.
When he's not working with open source communities, you can usually find Jeff on his road bike. In July he will attempt to complete the "Death Ride." Jeff also roasts his own coffee, a hobby he started while living on a small Caribbean island where good coffee was hard to come by.
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- Recorded Date: June 17, 2009
- Release Date: June 20, 2009
- Duration: 53:07
- Log line:
- Edited by: Dane with Erik
- Notes: Arranged show start at the beginning of the show. Amplified Randal's tracks by 10 decibels.