Aloha all, I am working on an article for Fedora News or something like that. Please let me know what you think. it's only beginning but I am trying to put it down before I forget it. Mahalo, Edward Article.... Aloha. Let me share with you a rewarding experience that happened to me. I was using an Operating System(OS) and I enjoyed it very much. The philosophy behind this OS was that freedom is the most important thing. Choice mattered. I grew with the OS over time and can honestly say that I am still a novice in many respects. But that is alright. The OS will accommodate me just fine and if I have problems, there are many folks who have traveled this path as well who are willing to help. My experience started when I decided that I needed to give to this OS. At first I did not know where to contribute. I looked around and there are places where you can contribute to individual products but nothing that contributed specifically to the OS I was using. Then I found http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject and I was amazed. I did not have to be a programmer or computer expert to help. All I needed to do was help write about something I believed in. Imagine my trepidation if you can for a moment. I was worried about being swamped with demands to program or perhaps even work with deep technical subjects of Unix Arcana. I was certainly a little worried that I would not be able to help. But, I am happy to report, the exact opposite is true. I have been welcomed with open arms and open minds. Fitting, don't you think, for an Open source Operating System? I do. That is what the Fedora Documentation Project has done for me. There are many reasons to join. Like these; http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/WhyJoin But I believe, in the end, it must come form within you.
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