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People of openSUSE: Frederic Crozat

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Today we have the chance to interview SUSE’s Freederic Crozat, who’s responsible for systemd in openSUSE.

Nickname: fcrozat
Homepage: http://blog.crozat.net/
Blog: http://blog.crozat.net/
Favorite season: Winter ( I love to take pictures of landscapes / trees under the snow)

My name is Frédéric Crozat, I’m 36 and I live in Paris (France). I’m working for SUSE for a little more than a year, with focus on various topics such as SUSE MeeGo, GNOME 3 live image, LXC (Linux Containers) and more recently, systemd.. Before that, I worked for 10 years at MandrakeSoft/Mandriva, taking care of GNOME. From 2002 to 2011, I was part of GNOME Release Team, making sure GNOME was released on time and with all those nice features.

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