I had an interesting encounter this afternoon at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). I joined my son Mike, a longtime contributor to the "Battle of Wesnoth" project and a fellow Fedora fan, at UMBC's Linux Users' Group Install Fest. Although the distribution of choice was Ubuntu, I had an interesting encounter with a Saudi student named Ibrahim. I couldn't help noticing his Fedora cap and his Red Hat Certified Engineer pin. He recently became an RHCE and was justly proud of his achievement.
Even though UMBC is well-regarded as an engineering school, Ibrahim was not attending as an engineering student. In the States studying English, he just wanted to show his support for his favorite Linux distribution, Fedora.
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