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I'm a 20 year old brazilian guy, live in Belo Horizonte and studying computer science. I'm a lover of free software.
I began to use GNU/Linux in 2001, using Conectiva Linux. I tried Debian untill april 2005.
'''In April 2005''', I tried Ubuntu with '''Ubuntu 5.04 (Hoary Hedgehog)'''. All the hardware was recognized during install, what makes me fell so happy!
I'm a 21-years-old Computer Science student from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. I'm an ubuntu member since january of 2006. I consider myself a supporter of the open source community/movement, a feeling that was extremelly augmented when I first started using GNU/Linux in 2001. My first distro was Conectiva Linux (now known as Mandriva), later replaced by Debian which I used until '''october of 2004'''. I was very satisfied with Debian but somehow I felt that there was something else missing. That's when I first tried '''Ubuntu 4.10 (Warty Warthog)''', a true love at first sight! I was amazed at how the installation process was able to detect every single component in my computer, including my wireless card, something I didn't think any Linux distro was ready to support "out of the box." Needless to say, I've been a satisfied Ubuntu user ever since.
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Ubuntu isn't just an efficient and high quality system, is a system that has a philosophy, what turns it so much atractive. In my perspective, Ubuntu is not only an efficient operating system of
high quality!  It is, above all, a system that has a philosophy! It is
a
way of life!
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= My plans and ideas for Ubuntu = = My goals =
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My plans include translate all the Ubuntu to Portuguese, what i'm already executing. 'Cause
i believe that everyone has the right to use the system in your native language.
Work hardly in bugs fixes and packaging are in my plans, too.
My goals include the ambitious plan to translate the entire operating system and all available packages to pt_BR, something that I have been involved for some time now. It is my belief that one should have the ability to use an operating system that completely supports one's native language! Now, that is freedom! I also want to continue doing bug
triage, support, and hopefully do some packaging in the near future.
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 * Founding member of [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-br-mg Ubuntu Brasil's MG State] sub-team
 * Member of Ubuntu's [http://www.ubuntu-br.org Brazil LoCoTeam]
 * Member of Ubuntu's [https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-l10n-pt-br Brazilian Portuguese Translators Team]
 * Member of the Gnome-BR [http://gnome-br.sourceforge.net Brazilian Translators]

 * Ubuntu [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntumembers|Member]]
 * Member of Ubuntu's [https://launchpad.net/~conselhobrasil Brazilian Community Council
 *
Founding member of [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-br-mg|Ubuntu Brasil's MG State]] sub-team
 * Member of Ubuntu's [[http://www.ubuntu-br.org|Brazil LoCoTeam]]
 * Member of Ubuntu's [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-l10n-pt-br|Brazilian Portuguese Translators Team]]
 * Member of Ubuntu's [[https://launchpad.net/people/xubuntu-team|Xubuntu Team]]
 * Member of Ubuntu's [[https://launchpad.net/people/ubuntu-br-planeta|Ubuntu
Brazilian Planet Team]]
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||Portuguese (Brazil) ||Template "sork-vacation" in Ubuntu Dapper package "sork-vacation"||
||Portuguese (Brazil) ||Template "gcalctools" in Ubuntu Dapper package "gcalctools"||
* [[https://launchpad.net/people/licio/+translations|Translations 3080]]

== Bug Reports ==

* [[https://launchpad.net/people/licio/+reportedbugs|Bugs Reported 42]]
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 * Collaborator the ''Gnome-BR'' project.
 * Contibute of ''Debian-mg'' project.
 * Collaborator the [[http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=668715&group_id=88609&func=browse|Gnome-BR project]].
 * Contibute of [[http://oficina.debianbrasil.org/mg/|Debian-mg project]].
 * Fedora Ambassador [[http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/LicioFonseca|Fedora Project]]
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'''E-mail:''' liciofernando@gmail.com '''E-mail:''' licio@ubuntu.com
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= Testimonials =

"Licio is an upcoming member of the Brazilian Translators Team and has shown interest in helping us with our ambitious goal of turning Ubuntu into the first Linux distro to fully support the pt_BR language! He's been working really hard these last few weeks and is showing a lot of potential! Hopefully we'll be able to keep him motivated!" OgMaciel

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About me

I'm a 21-years-old Computer Science student from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. I'm an ubuntu member since january of 2006. I consider myself a supporter of the open source community/movement, a feeling that was extremelly augmented when I first started using GNU/Linux in 2001. My first distro was Conectiva Linux (now known as Mandriva), later replaced by Debian which I used until october of 2004. I was very satisfied with Debian but somehow I felt that there was something else missing. That's when I first tried Ubuntu 4.10 (Warty Warthog), a true love at first sight! I was amazed at how the installation process was able to detect every single component in my computer, including my wireless card, something I didn't think any Linux distro was ready to support "out of the box." Needless to say, I've been a satisfied Ubuntu user ever since.

A simple vision of the Ubuntu Project

In my perspective, Ubuntu is not only an efficient operating system of high quality! It is, above all, a system that has a philosophy! It is a way of life!

My goals

My goals include the ambitious plan to translate the entire operating system and all available packages to pt_BR, something that I have been involved for some time now. It is my belief that one should have the ability to use an operating system that completely supports one's native language! Now, that is freedom! I also want to continue doing bug triage, support, and hopefully do some packaging in the near future.

Contributions

Translations

* Translations 3080

Bug Reports

* Bugs Reported 42

Outside Ubuntu

Contact me

Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/people/licio

E-mail: licio@ubuntu.com

Jabber: licio@jabber.org

IRC: licio at FreeNode IRC: Spl4y at FreeNode IRC: Spl4y at GimpNet

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"Licio is an upcoming member of the Brazilian Translators Team and has shown interest in helping us with our ambitious goal of turning Ubuntu into the first Linux distro to fully support the pt_BR language! He's been working really hard these last few weeks and is showing a lot of potential! Hopefully we'll be able to keep him motivated!" OgMaciel


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