Clocking on

This blog has been quiet for a little while now. I’ve been busy doing other things, mainly finishing up my studies, which are now complete (woo hoo!) I also took a well-earned break. Now I’m back, starting today as a member of the Red Hat desktop team.

I’m hugely excited to be taking on this role. It will enable me to step up a gear in my work on GNOME, and I’m also looking forward to working for one of the biggest supporters of upstream FOSS. So, watch this space!

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25 Responses to Clocking on

  1. Alexander Larsson says:

    Yay! Welcome!

  2. Lucas Rocha says:

    This is great news! Congrats!

  3. Berti says:

    Congratulations, Allan!

  4. ploum says:

    Congratulations :-)

  5. congrats, Allan. the desktop team is lucky to have you :-)

  6. Hylke says:

    Welcome to the conspiracy! ;)

  7. jimmac says:

    So happy about this. Great to have you!

  8. Calum says:

    Awesome news!

  9. Florian Müllner says:

    Welcome! Looking forward to working with you (again) :-)

  10. Cody Russell says:

    Congrats Allan! And also congrats to Red Hat!

  11. Congratulations on the new job! Good fit!

  12. Congrats, Allan. Best of luck and I know you’ll be a big asset to Red Hat.

  13. And of course congrats as well on finishing your degree!

  14. Meg Ford says:

    Congratulations, Allan!

  15. diegoe says:

    Best wishes! You’ll surely do great :)

  16. Congratulations! (also for your studies coming to an end ;) and getting a chance to implement all you have learnt.) Will you be doing designing/usability stuff?

  17. Good to hear! All the best for you.

  18. Awesome. Always great to hear about more people working on the desktop.

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