Well, I guess some day in 2002 I decided it was worth to return the world the little knowledge I had got from it so far.
Then I started making software for free. At first it was a couple of (somewhat useful) tools for Windows written in C++ using MFC.
Later I reached the conclusion: it was better to open the source code, and I did so. If I was reluctant to open the code it wasn't for hiding anything. The source code was a mess.
There was a lot of open source supporting sites at that time, but most of them were not promoting any software running over Windows. I took two major decisions then: to start my own website and to support open source software for Windows.
No, it wasn't. But I found a lot of people saying that open source software for Windows was useless.
I think they were expecting Windows users to jump into Linux with no reason.
I thought it was better a smoother approach. Making Windows' users familiar with open source by putting such software into their hands. I don't know if I was right, but there is plenty of open source tools for Windows now. And Linux reaches more desktops users everyday (thanks to Ubuntu).
A little of satisfaction when I see it working. And even more satisfaction when I see the people is using it.
I'm glad when I get feedback from the users.
There is a lot of really good movies all around the world but I like European films. Once in a while a write a comment about a film I liked, but these comments are in Spanish.
Nobody else was going to interview me.
What about it? :)