Gunnar Wolf has been a Free Software enthusiast and promoter for over 15 years, choosing GNU/Linux for his production servers as early as 1996. Computer administration and security has always been one of his main topics of interest and research.
In the early 2000s, he founded the National Conference on Free Software (CONSOL), which helped consolidate the Mexican Free Software communities, and led its work for several years. In 2003, he became a Debian Developer and has been an organizer for the yearly Debian Conference since 2005.
In 2005, he started working at the Economics Research Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (IIEc-UNAM) as a systems and network administrator, and a Web applications programmer. All of the systems he administers run Debian. He teaches the course on Operating Systems at the Engineering Faculty of the same university.
He has taken the topic of Free Software as a personal passion, as a particular expression of a much wider movement, Free Culture. He has also participated as a coordinator and co-author for the book Construcción Colaborativa del Conocimiento (IIEc-UNAM, 2011).
His recent thoughts and experiences in life are often portrayed in his personal blog, http://gwolf.org/.