sumanah at wikimedia
Apr 9, 2012, 9:53 AM
Post #2 of 4
On 04/09/2012 12:47 PM, Ct Woo wrote:
Re: Welcome Faidon Liambotis - our latest TechOps team member!
[In reply to]
> Happy Monday.
> Please join me to welcome our latest member (contractor) to the Operations
> Engineering team, Faidon Liambotis. Faidon hails from Greece and he will
> be working remotely out of Athens. His immediate work at WMF with Ryan,
> Andrew and Sara is to enhance and deploy more services on the new WIkimedia
> Labs platform <http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/WMF_Projects/Wikimedia_Labs>.
> Faidon comes with lots of experience and expertise in deploying and
> operating large scale LAMP-stack technologies and virtualized environment
> (such as KVM & Ganeti), as well as a strong background in network
> In addition, he is a active contributor and promoter of open-source
> software and the free culture movement. He is a volunteer with Debian since
> 2004 and became a member of the Debian Project since 2006. Recently, he was
> appointed to the Debian Systems Administration Infrastructure team.
> Prior to joining WMF, Faidon worked as a systems engineer at the Greek
> Research and Technology Network (GRNET), the national research and
> education network of Greece, since 2004.
> When not working, Faidon likes to travel around the world and meeting
> Faidon is enroute from Athens to San francisco currently and will be in the
> SFO office starting tomorrow (10th of April) to be orientated and to work
> with Tech Ops team. In fact, he mentioned if he is not too tired from the
> flight, he might be in the office late int he afternoon today! For those in
> SF office, do drop by and meet him in person when you have a chance.
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This is great! I'm looking forward to working with you, Faidon, and to
even more improvements in Labs.
(CC'ing the Labs mailing list.)
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