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Amber Graner joined the [[Ubuntu]] community in early 2009, blogging her experiences as a new Ubuntu user. She wanted to put Ubuntu's "Linux for Human Beings" slogan to the test. That meant ignoring her live-in kernel hacker and using the same support routes every other user has, such as the forums and IRC. She was quickly pointed to the [[Ubuntu Women]] group and became active there.
In January 2010, the Ubuntu Community Council appointed her leader of the Ubuntu Women Project for a 6-month term<ref></ref>. In April 2010 she became the chief editor for [ Ubuntu Weekly News]<ref></ref>.
Amber conducts interviews and writes articles for both [ Ubuntu User Magazine] and for her [ You in Ubuntu] blog on Ubuntu User's website.
She organized UbuCons at both [[Atlanta LinuxFest]] and [[Southeast LinuxFest]]. Additionally, she presented at [[Texas LinuxFest]] and [[Southeast LinuxFest]] in 2010.
She is also the technical reviewer for [ The Official Ubuntu Book] , 5th Edition, and Co-Author of the 6th and 7th Editions.
Amber was hired in Novemeber 2011 to be the [ User Experience and Community Specialist] for [ Linaro, Ltd].
In 2012 Amber spoke at [ SCALE10x] giving talks on [ Mentoring Moments], an UPSCALE talk [ 0-Geek in 3 years] , and even spoke even gave an Introduction to Community talk during the Beginning Linux Session. Amber also opened the [ Indiana LinuxFest as the Keynote speaker] with Linux on Arm: The Next Revolution
== Links ==
* [ Homepage]
* [ Old blog]
[[Category:Women in Open Source]]

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