Individual Dashboard (MyProfile)
Individual Dashboard (also known as My Profile) is your self-service hub for all of your open source activity. Build your personal community profile, manage credentials and contact details, display badges for completing certifications and other accomplishments, and enjoy a seamless login experience across the major systems used by the Linux Foundation projects. Most importantly, this allows you to control your data, share what you want to share, and keep private what you wish.
Information in your profile is subject to the Linux Foundation's Privacy Policy
The various sections on the profile page display respective data associated with your profile. After you log in to, you can view the following details:

Profile Overview

The My Profile section provides details, such your name, profile image, your organization name, your role in the organization, an introduction about you, and technical and social accounts that are highlighted if you have connected any of them with your Linux Foundation account.
The About Me section lets you add or update a brief introduction about yourself. Edit to add or edit an introduction about yourself. It provides a rich markdown editor that lets you write and format your texts as per your need. Click Save after you complete editing the information.
  • Click Get Started to add an introduction about your open source work experience to your profile.
  • Click Edit to update the **** introduction about your open source work experience. Note: Connect LinkedIn is displayed when you have not connected to the user account in the following image.
Get Started
Edit About Me

View Profile Visibility, Profile Completion, upcoming Events, and Badges

From the right side pane of the window, you can view and manage profile visibility, view and complete profile completion details, view any upcoming Linux Foundation events that you have registered, and many more.
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    On the right side panel, you can see basic details, such as your profile image, your organization name, designation, and location. Click the pencil icon to navigate to the Basic Information section to make changes.
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    Below the basic details section, the icons of social account (LinkedIn) and technical accounts such as GitHub, Gerrit, and Git are listed. The icons are greyed or highlighted depending on their configuration. Connect your LinkedIn and Git accounts to add your open source experience to your profile.
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    Profile Completion Status displays a progress bar that indicates what percentage of information have you provided to complete the profile information dashboard.
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    Profile Visibility section displays if your profile is public or private. Click the pencil icon to navigate to the Profile Visibility section to make changes. The URL includes the individual dashboard URL and your unique username, in the format{{unique_username}}
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    Upcoming Events displays the upcoming events that you have registered to attend. It shows the event name, date and location of the event. Click the event to view details. If you have not registered for any event, the Explore Upcoming Events CTA button lets you view, and register for the LF hosted events.
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    Badges pane shows the community badges that you have acquired. Community badges are generated from the following sources:
    • For the Linux Foundation Certifications you have successfully passed.
    • For speaking engagements at various Linux Foundation Events or participation in program committees for these events.
    • Individual enrollments to projects.
    Note: Clicking on a badge will take you to the Certification Verification page where you can see whom the badge is issued to, and you can verify the badge.
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    Skills pane lets you add a skill to your profile to showcase your technical skills to the open source community.
Profile Information

Connect GitHub, LinkedIn, and Other Accounts

By connecting your Git and LinkedIn accounts, you can have a rich profile information by displaying your open source contributions to the community. Your contribution is retrieved and displayed based on your unique usernames and email addresses that you have used to contribute to the open source community. Individual Dashboard lets you connect multiple GitHub and Gerrit accounts to showcase your open source contributions.

Connect LinkedIn Account

To connect your LinkedIn account with your LF account:
1. Click the icon, provide details, and click Sign in.
2. Review History tab of Affiliations pane displays your work history based on the work experience you have provided in your LinkedIn account. Note: You can click the
icon next to an organization name to remove the experience details to be displayed on your profile.
3. Click Next.
Review History
4. You can, anytime, disconnect your social and technical accounts as described in Connect Accounts section. Note:``If you connect LinkedIn account, the affiliation details are displayed under``Affiliation ``pane of Technical Contributors section, based on your contribution to opensource projects that you have added to your LinkedIn profile.

Connect GitHub and Gerrit Accounts

  • You can connect multiple GitHub and Git accounts to showcase your different identities using which you contributed to open source projects. To connect another GitHub account, click Add another account from the drop-down**,** and click Continue.
  • To add another Git account, click Add another account from the drop-down, provide your email address and click Verify. A notification email is sent to the provided email address to verify your account. After your account is verified, your unique identity (based on provided email address and username) is added to the Identities dashboard.

Add or Remove Skills

To add or remove your skill sets:
2. From the right side pane of the window, scroll down to Skills section, and click the edit icon
3. On the Skills subpage, enter your skill set and select the skill from the displayed list.
4. Click +Add Another Skill to add another skill to the list.
5. To remove a skill set, click the pencil icon, and then click the cross mark next to an added skill.
6. Close the window after you have completed adding or removing a skill.

Technical Contributions

This section displays your all time contribution history to the open source projects, depending upon the configuration (the technical account you have connected). If you have not connected any of the account, it displays options to connect. Click Connect to GitHub or Connect to Gerrit or Connect to Git to connect the respective account.
After you connect a Git or Gerrit account, your all time contribution history to open source projects is displayed based on the unique username and email address of your account. Your contribution is identified based on your unique username and email address, and this identity is displayed on the Identities dashboard.
For configured or connected Git or Gerrit account, this section shows:
  • Projects you are contributing to or have contributed in the past.
  • Contribution history for last 12 months displays your monthly contribution to a project on a daily basis. The green colored small rectangular boxes
    represents how less or how much more contribution you have done to the open source projects on a particular day.
  • Total Contributions section shows total number of lines of code contributed (includes both lines of added and deleted), total number of issues, pull requests created, and contribution to the total number of confluence pages (Docs).
  • Click on a colored box on the graph to view details of your contribution, such as number contributions made by you on that day.
  • Affiliations section displays details of affiliations, such as organization name on behalf of which you contributed to an open source project, or showing individual contributor along with the start and end dates. This section is displayed only when you connect your LinkedIn account. For details, see Add or Update Affiliations.

View Open Source Event Speaking Experience

This section lets you add or update an open source events that you attended as a speaker. You can add any open source events outside of Linux Foundation as well. Adding your speaking experience greatly enhances your profile in the open source community. To add an event that you attended as a speaker:
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    Click Add Speaking Experience.
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    Provide event details such as title, date of event, presentation file and you tube URL if there is any, and click Submit.
Add Speaking Experience CTA
Submit Speaking Experience
Following screen is displayed when you add one or more events that you attended as a speaker. You can edit or delete an event by clicking the edit (pencil icon) or delete icon on the event name.
Edit or Delete Speaking Experience

View Training and Certifications

The Linux Foundation & Project Issued Certifications section displays the Linux Foundation certifications that you have acquired after successfully completing the certification programs.
You can view the training courses that you have enrolled in, and the certifications you have completed.
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    To view completed certifications, scroll down to the Linux Foundation & Project Issued Certifications section. If, for any reason, the certification names are not displaying, click Request Addition to submit a ticket to get it added on your profile page.
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    To view enrolled training courses, scroll down to the Training Enrollment section.
Training and Certification Section
The section will display the following details:
  • Certification course name and date of issue.
  • Training course name and date of enrollment.
  • If you have not enrolled into trainings, the Take Advantages of Linux Foundation Training Programs CTA button navigates you to the Linux Foundation Training course catalogues.
  • If your training enrollments are not displayed, for any reason, Click Request Addition to raise a support ticket to get your training enrollment added to your profile.
Training enrollments not added

View Community Roles

To view the roles you hold or have been elected to as an active member of the open source community:
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    Scroll down to the Community Roles section.
The Community roles are populated automatically based on the individual's assigned roles in different project communities. You can view the following information for each role:
  • Project Name for which you have the role
  • Committee Name
  • Role name, such as Lead, Chair, LF Staff, and so on
  • Start and end date associated with the role
If you are a contact on behalf of your company, which is a partner of the Linux Foundation and its projects, then your role in context of your employer's participation in the project is also displayed. These roles are assigned by your company administrator during the membership enrollment process.
Community Roles

View Projects You Support as an Individual Supporter

You can view the projects that you support by enrolling as an individual supporter.
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    Scroll down to Supported Projects section.
It displays the project name, and the date when you enrolled as an individual supporter. Click the edit icon
to navigate to the Individual Enrollment page to see details.
Supported Projects

Add or Remove Registered Email

You can add or remove an email form the Basic Information window. For details, see Update Profile Information.

View Coupons and Transactions

You can view coupons you are rewarded with, and also transaction details. To know more, see View Rewards.