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# Display name
name: Trevor Slocum
# Username (this should match the folder name)
authors:
- admin
# Is this the primary user of the site?
superuser: true
# Role/position
3 years ago
role: Developer &amp;<br>System Administrator
# Organizations/Affiliations
#organizations:
#- name: Stanford University
# url: ""
# Short bio (displayed in user profile at end of posts)
bio:
#interests:
#- Open source software
#- Go
#- Linux
#education:
# courses:
# - course: PhD in Artificial Intelligence
# institution: Stanford University
# year: 2012
# - course: MEng in Artificial Intelligence
# institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
# year: 2009
# - course: BSc in Artificial Intelligence
# institution: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
# year: 2008
# Social/Academic Networking
# For available icons, see: https://sourcethemes.com/academic/docs/widgets/#icons
# For an email link, use "fas" icon pack, "envelope" icon, and a link in the
# form "mailto:your-email@example.com" or "#contact" for contact widget.
social:
#- icon: envelope
# icon_pack: fas
# link: '#contact' # For a direct email link, use "mailto:test@example.org".
- icon: git
icon_pack: fab
link: https://git.sr.ht/~tslocum
- icon: gitlab
icon_pack: fab
link: https://gitlab.com/tslocum
- icon: hand-holding-usd
icon_pack: fas
link: 'https://liberapay.com/rocketnine.space' # For a direct email link, use "mailto:test@example.org".
# Link to a PDF of your resume/CV from the About widget.
# To enable, copy your resume/CV to `static/files/cv.pdf` and uncomment the lines below.
# - icon: cv
# icon_pack: ai
# link: files/cv.pdf
# Enter email to display Gravatar (if Gravatar enabled in Config)
email: "trevor@rocketnine.space"
# Organizational groups that you belong to (for People widget)
# Set this to `[]` or comment out if you are not using People widget.
#user_groups:
#- Researchers
#- Visitors
---
I use [Linux](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux) to write [open-source software](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_software).