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Re: Self Introduction - Stuart Ellis

On Wed, 2004-08-25 at 16:04, Stuart Ellis wrote:
> Full Name: Stuart Ellis

Hi Stuart:

Welcome.  Your background and interest sound like a perfect fit.  Look
forward to working with you.

- Karsten

> Country, City: UK, Newtown (Powys)
> Profession: Network Administrator
> Company: Coleg Powys
> Goals In Fedora Project: Author documents to help fill the gaps in
> available resources.  Particularly interested in networking and systems
> administration.
> Historical Qualifications:  Professional admin for about 6 yrs.  Started
> experimenting with Linux at about the same time, since OS/2 didn't look
> like it had much life left in it.  Have been maintaining Linux servers
> for my current employer for about 3 yrs (usual suspects - Apache, BIND,
> MySQL etc.).  Now provide support on LinuxQuestions forums, mostly on
> Samba and Red Hat issues.  Recently, revised a couple of chapters of the
> GNOME User Guide for 2.8 - my first go with DocBook.  Broad base of
> understanding, but not an expert in any area.
> After hanging around LinuxQuestions for a bit, I found that there are a
> number of problem areas that keep coming up.  This may be because there
> aren't documents which are up to date and specific enough to guide
> someone through particular tasks.  Other issues are that new users
> aren't aware of the various resources that are available, and that many
> docs assume a fairly high level of subject knowledge on the part of the
> reader, more than the average Windows-using enthusiast or technician
> actually has.  So I'm interested in contributing to sets of docs which
> can be specific, kept up to date and well-advertised so that they can
> help users who don't yet have the Linux experience to hunt out and
> interpret the diverse sources around the 'net.
> --
> Stuart Ellis
s ellis fastmail co uk
Karsten Wade, RHCE, Tech Writer
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