Joining Canonical Ltd.

Starting last Friday (1st of April) I’m now working for Canonical Ltd. as a member of the Ubuntu Foundations team !

I’ll mostly be working on network related stuff, though my TODO list will probably be a lot clearer after the upcoming Ubuntu Developer Summit in Budapest, Hungary.

I learnt a lot during the past 2 and a half years at Revolution Linux and wish them all the best for the future. It’s a great company with very qualified technical people working on awesome projects.

This also means I’ll be stepping down as leader of the LTSP-Cluster project but will remain active as upstream developer and packager for LTSP itself as well as all my other pet projects.

About Stéphane Graber

Project leader of Linux Containers, Linux hacker, Ubuntu core developer, conference organizer and speaker.
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7 Responses to Joining Canonical Ltd.

  1. Joseph Hartman says:

    Congratulations Stephane! Canonical is clearly an excellent evaluator of talent. Best of luck in the new position. -Joe

  2. WaVeR says:

    Mes félicitations Stéphane ^^

  3. davmor2 says:

    Congratulations Dude 🙂

  4. Ara says:

    Congrats Stéphane! It’ll be great to have you around!

  5. Vadim P. says:

    Looking forward to trying those website-based live Ubuntu sessions 😀

  6. Jim Campbell says:

    Best of luck, Stéphane! Canonical is lucky to have you on board.

  7. sadig says:

    Hey Stéphane,

    congrats 🙂 Canonical can be proud to have you on board.

    Good Job,


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