Hello, I am Nehal, and I am currently interning with the FSF licensing team.
Although it is a short time that I have been associated with FSF, I am thoroughly happy, satisfied and feel fortunate to have got a team that cares about their co-workers.
I love to dance, read, write and explore (software, books, music, places). I love to interact with people and make new friends. Above all, I appreciate honesty, truth and simplicity in people and undertakings.
Along with being a fun loving person, I like to read Bhagawad Gita, Bhagawat Puran. I also work closely with young girls and women who need counseling (career and relationships) for minor and major issues. I care for society and have been associated with various NGOs from time to time.
I have the curiosity to learn and even when I am not excelling at some thing, I try and try until I succeed. I love using GNU Emacs (Org mode, Org babel) with all its beautiful setup and unique key combinations. Though using GNU/Linux looks to be difficult, my four years journey unto the GNU/Linux world has been amazingly adventurous and emancipating, with days seeing code working, meddling with novel software and dwindling with browsers as well as programming languages such as Newlisp, Picolisp, R, Python and many others. Computer Science is a vast ocean of knowledge. I am fortunate enough to be associated with world's best group to enhance my knowledge in this arena and help community expand to wider horizons of freedom and excellence.
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