Hello! My name is Bobby Moss, and I live in the United Kingdom. I work on technical documentation for a living. In previous jobs I have developed Java middleware microservices on top of cloud servers for multinational corporations, wrote tutorials for Linux Format and Linux User & Developer magazines, and taught kids how to code.
I created and help run Glimpse Image Editor, a fork of the GNU Image Manipulation Program that aims to fix branding and usability problems. I have also contributed code and blog posts for Florence Mastodon.
I started using free and open source software in , and went on to spend 13 years running GNU/Linux as my primary desktop operating system. I am now devoting more time to learning about BSD, playing retro games and refurbishing old computers.
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- | Cloning with a NuXT
- | Upgrade Florence Pre-release
- | Install Florence Pre-release
- | My Journey with Linux
- | How to Fork Mastodon
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