Paul W. Frields

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Paul W. Frields has been a Linux user and enthusiast since 1997, and joined the Fedora Project in 2003, shortly after launch. He was a founding member of the Fedora Project Board, and has worked on documentation, website publishing, advocacy, toolchain development, and maintaining software. He joined Red Hat as Fedora Project Leader from February 2008 to July 2010, and remains with Red Hat as an engineering manager. He currently lives with his wife and two children in Virginia.

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GNOME Terminal, full screen (so much of the stylings are not visible anyway), usually running tmux inside.

I totally agree with this. I usually "pong" back, and then move on with my life. If the pinger cared whether I was there, he got his answer already. If she had a question that wasn't time sensitive, she either still has it or not, and I'll find out when she's good and ready.