I work as a community manager for the Yocto Project, an open-source project dedicated to improving embedded Linux development. I am very happy that Intel, my employer, pays me to work on such an important and vibrant project.

This blog discusses issues related to technical writing; online communities; embedded computer systems and the product development process; Linux, the GNU project, and other open-source software projects; mobile computing; and anything else I find technically interesting.

I don’t know where I got the name “jefro”, only that it dates back to at least the early 90s. I have been maintaining my own site at http://www.jefro.net since 2002, telecommuting full-time since 1999, and working in open-source software and embedded systems since 1992. Check my writing portfolio or LinkedIn profile if you are interested. You can also find me on twitter.

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