My name is Dan Nanni. I am the man behind Xmodulo.com. I felt in love with Linux while I was studying for my Computer Science degree in the US. I was fascinated by the strong and vibrant developer community that constantly advances the state of the art of the largest free operating system, and also impressed by the active user community voluntarily helping each other and sharing their knowledge.
At Xmodulo, I am fortunate enough to work with several excellent contributors to share Linux related FAQs, hands-on tips, and tutorials. Topics we are covering at Xmodulo include Linux desktop customization, system administration, open-source tools, network security, virtualization, cloud computing, and many more that we find interesting and can get our hands on.
As the editor-in-chief, I make great efforts to ensure that every Linux tutorial we publish at Xmodulo is easily consumable to readers, with informative content and clear instructions. Linux technical writers often take pride in the fact that they tested their tutorial themselves before writing it. However, "testing before writing" alone does not make a good Linux tutorial. I always try to make sure that tutorials are written to guide readers to clearly understand both "problem" and "solution" with as little confusion as possible. For that, I always try to think from a reader's perspective. Every article contributed by our collaborators typically goes through multiple rounds of many revisions by myself before finally being published.
I want Xmodulo tutorials to be as widely distributed as possible. So all content on Xmodulo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Please respect the work of fellow Linuxers, and do your due diligence by citing the original source here at Xmodulo when you want to use Xmodulo articles in any fashion.
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