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Warren Togami founded the original Fedora Project as a school project
during 2002 while studying Computer Science at the University of Hawaii.
That project has since merged to become the Fedora Project of today,
which is the forefront of R&D for Red Hat.
Currently Warren continues work on Fedora as a software engineer at Red Hat, Inc. He works on building communities and fixing bugs within various Fedora projects. He also works on Asian language issues within FOSS, and some lesser involvement in gaim and spamassassin projects.
Warren Togami, founder of the Fedora Project explains what Fedora is
about, why it is important to the future of Open Source Software, and
how you can get involved.
Warren will talk about features of Fedora Core 5. Warren will also talk about SCIM, the new Free & Open Source Software Input Method framework that is a prominent new feature of Fedora Core 5. It is used for input of languages like Chinese, Japanese or Korean, or Indian.