Sebastian Dziallas is the travel agent and complex logistics ninja for the Community Architecture Team at Red Hat. On the education side of the house, he coordinates events for the Teaching Open Source community; on the technical side, he wrangles chaos into products as a release engineer. He travels internationally to speak at and organize education tracks at FOSS conferences such as OSCON, LinuxTag, and LinuxCon as well as open source tracks at academic conferences such as SIGCSE (CS education) and FIE (engineering education). Prior to this, Sebastian was the founder of Fedora's Education SIG and founder and former engineering manager for Sugar on a Stick, a Fedora-based Linux distribution that features the Sugar Learning Platform, originally designed and deployed by the One Laptop Per Child project. He was part of a team working on OLPC's operating system for the G1G1 program in December 2008.