Editorial team

Ubunlog is a project dedicated to disseminating and informing about the main news, tutorials, tricks and software that we can use with the Ubuntu distribution, in any of its flavors, that is, its desktops and distributions derived from Ubuntu such as Linux Mint.

As part of our commitment to the Linux world and Free Software, Ubunlog has been a partner of openexpo (2017 and 2018) and the Freewith 2018 the two most important Events of the sector in Spain.

Ubunlog's editorial team is made up of a group of experts in Ubuntu, Linux, networks and free software. If you also want to be part of the team, you can send us this form to become an editor.

 

Editors

  • Darkcrizt

    Passionate about new technologies, gamer and linuxero at heart willing to support where he can. Ubuntu user since 2009 (karmic koala), this being the first Linux distribution I met and with which I undertook a wonderful journey into the world of open source. With Ubuntu I have learned a lot and it was one of the bases to choose my passion towards the world of software development.

  • pablinux

    Lover of practically any type of technology and user of all types of operating systems. Like many, I started with Windows, but I never quite liked it. The first time I used Ubuntu was in 2006 and since then I have always had at least one computer running Canonical's operating system. I remember fondly when I installed Ubuntu Netbook Edition on a 10.1 inch laptop and also enjoy Ubuntu MATE on my Raspberry Pi, where I also try other systems like Manjaro ARM. Currently, my main computer has Kubuntu installed, which, in my opinion, combines the best of KDE with the best of the Ubuntu base in the same operating system.

  • Isaac

    I am passionate about technology and I love learning and sharing knowledge about computer operating systems and architecture. I started with SUSE Linux 9.1 with KDE as the desktop environment. Since then I have been passionate about this operating system, leading me to learn and find out more about this platform. After that I have been delving deeper into this operating system, combining that with computer architecture issues and hacking. This has led me to also create some courses to prepare my students for the LPIC certifications, among others.

Former editors

  • Damien A.

    Fond of programming and software. I started testing Ubuntu back in 2004 (Warty Warthog), installing it on a computer that I soldered and mounted on a wooden base. Since then and after trying different Gnu / Linux distributions (Fedora, Debian and Suse) during my time as a programming student, I stayed with Ubuntu for daily use, especially for its simplicity. Feature that I always highlight when someone asks me what distribution to use to get started in the Gnu / Linux world? Even though this is just a personal opinion ...

  • Joaquín García

    Historian and computer scientist. My current goal is to reconcile these two worlds from the moment I live. I am in love with the GNU / Linux world, and Ubuntu in particular. I love testing the different distributions that are based on this great operating system, so I am open to any questions you may want to ask me.

  • Francis J.

    Free and open source software enthusiast, always without touching extremes. I have not used a computer whose operating system is not Linux and whose desktop environment is not KDE for several years, although I keep my eye on the different alternatives. You can contact me by sending an email to fco.ubunlog (at) gmail.com

  • Miquel Perez

    Computer Engineering student at the University of the Balearic Islands, lover of Free Software in general and Ubuntu in particular. I have been using this operating system for a long time, so much so that I use it in my day to day both to study and to have moments of leisure.

  • Willy klew

    Computer Engineer, I am a fan of Linux, programming, networks and everything that has to do with new technologies. Linux user since 1997. Oh, and a total sick Ubuntu (not wanting to get cured), who hopes to teach you everything about this operating system.

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