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Re: Introductions and volunteering

On Mon, 2004-02-09 at 20:39, Mike MacCana wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm Mike *waves*. I work in Melbourne Australia, dividing my time between
> Red Hat Asia Pacific (I'm an RHCX) and tech journalism (I've been a
> professional writer for about four years now, having written on Linux for
> PCAuthority, the Sydney Morning Herald, and Next before finding myself at
> Australian Personal Computer).
> Before I got poached by Red Hat, I wrote and trained my own Red Hat based
> System Administration course. The course itself is Open Sourced (well,
> FDLed)  and you can check out the last beta version (written for Red Hat
> 9) at  http://www.cyber.com.au/users/mikem/training/lna4/notes/html. I own
> copyright to the course, and plunder some of the ideas (particularly
> chapter 6) for other projects in future.
> So yeah, being a geek, with communication skills, who uses a particular
> Linux distribution and writes / trains on that distro professionally, the
> Fedora docs project has seriously piqued my interest. There's very few
> high quality, up to date, task based documentation projects for Linux and
> I'd like to be a part of one
> I'd like to volunteer to create tutorials on Web Serving (using Apache
> HTTPd) and Mail Serving (using Postfix, Dovecot, and SpamAssassin)
> initially, and could probably handle File Serving (with VSFTPd / NFS /
> Samba), DHCP, and DNS too.
> Mike
> __________________________________________________________________________
> Mike MacCana 	         Consultant            RHCX, MCSE, MCP+I
> 			0419 394 504

Sounds great Mike. Please read the Documentation Guide if you haven't


Also, be sure to use the template found in the example-tutorial/
directory in CVS.

If you have any questions, please let us know.


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