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Andrew Harris

Andrew Harris
Student, Teens on Linux.org

Website

Andrew “Tuna” Harris is a 15 year old living in Arizona. He founded TeensOnLinux.org in the summer of 2007. His interests include programming, tea, heavy metal, European techno, and Open Source. Tuna likes to program in Ruby and Gambas, and prefers Earl Grey tea. Tuna has been using Ubuntu since his laptop refused to boot Windows about a year and a half ago. Ronnie Tucker of Full Circle Magazine recommended Kubuntu Dapper to him, and has been happily running the ’buntu’s since.

Sessions

People, Ubuntu
Location: D135 Level: Novice
Andrew Harris (Teens on Linux.org)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
A talk given by Andrew "Tuna" Harris, the 15-year-old founder of TeensOnLinux.org, and Samuel Baldwin, a 15-year-old hacker from Boston. This is not a suggestion on creating yet another Ubuntu-based distribution, but rather an insight on marketing Ubuntu and FOSS in general to teens. Read more.
OSCON 2008