In this episode of GeeksBlabla, our guest Adnane Belmadiaf a frontend developer and also a very known person in Linux community who contributed to Ubuntu and will share his story.
0:00 - Introduction and welcoming.
0:01 - Who is Adnan Belmadiaf?
0:02 - Academic background? Moroccan public school//universities or outside Morocco?
0:09 - When you started as a web developer more than 10 years ago? How was the web experience back then?
0:11 - Then you were one of the very few users, starting to use ubuntu and Linux before it was cool. Tell us a bit about the experience back then?
0:17 - Why was Ubuntu your favorite Linux distribution compared to others?
0:21 - Linux at that time, was not as rich as these days. How did you manage to keep it up with essential tools?
0:23 - You contributed to many Linux and open-source projects. What drove you to make your first contribution?
0:26 - One of the great achievements that you must certainly be proud of, is becoming an official Ubuntu member, How did you get there and what was your reaction back then?
0:33 - How do you evaluate the web revolution in the past decade?
0:56 - Was there a role for the Moroccan team to integrate Amazigh language or any efforts related to the integration?
1:03 - Is the Moroccan Team community still active? Can people join? What are the prerequisites?
1:29 - You founded the ubuntu MoroccanTeam? tell us a bit more about it?
1:42 - How do you evaluate the contribution of the Moroccan community in open source?
1:46 - What are your recommendations and advice to anyone who wants to start open-source contributions?
1:49 - How can people keep up with the rapid pace of front end technology nowadays?
2:15 - Wrap up & bye bye