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Re: Self-Introduction: Andrea Veri



On Sun, 2006-05-28 at 15:48 +0200, Andrea Veri wrote:
> Name: Andrea Veri
> City, Country: Udine, Italy GMT+2

Saluto di benvenuto!

(We're working on our Italian in my family, which for me means
converting my rusty schoolboy Spanish braincells.)

> Student at final year in a scientific college
> 
> Fedora Documentation
> 
> I'll like to write about server applications such as ftp,mail,mysql and
> so on, describing and illustrating how you can use them, how you can
> optimize settings and more. I work a lot on Irc stuff, starting to
> servers arriving to services, clients, and bots and all related things
> like Guides that can give an hand to newbies. I'll try to provide how
> many docs I can do regarding this and other applications. I'm also an
> active translator for the italian language most for Gnome and kde. 

Sounds quite excellent.  We are interested in original content in any
language, which only requires a same-language editor to work with.  Then
you can translate yourself to English!  Or follow whichever route you
prefer.

For any documents you own the copyright for, you can license them under
the OPL without options[1] and bring them into Fedora.  You probably
want to keep tight control on them, if you intend to use a single source
of content under a dual-license (FDL for Ubuntu?).

Let us know what else we can do to help you succeed.

cheers - Karsten

> I work in the Ubuntu Project, I have made a lot of documentation
> regarding server-side applications and programs. Right now I'm working
> on a advocacy document regarding Edubuntu( I'm a member of Edubuntu Doc
> Team). I worked in other documents regarding irc too, one of them is How
> to Set Up and Irc Server with working services and more.  
> I started using computer when i was only 6 after some years i discovered
> the great open source world, i didn't wait more, and now I'm here
> contributing for a lot of Linux/OpenSource projects like Ubuntu, Debian
> and Fedora/Red Hat.
> I know quite well php and html, I made in the past a lot of websites
> using both of languages. I'm learning C and C++ and in the near future
> I'll move to python. I love working in this kind of projects, working in
> a Team, contributing to make Linux bigger, i think i can share my skills
> helping newbies but also learning from people that have got a great
> experience.
>                 
> GPG key ID
> 
> pub   1024D/DC8ACE9E 2006-05-27
>       Key fingerprint = AD07 65D5 790D 1EF3 9579  2CFF 75B0 C7B6 DC8A CE9E
> uid                  Andrea Veri <bluekuja ubuntu com>
> sub   2048g/34822955 2006-05-27
> 
> 
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