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introduction as wiki requests



While I'm confident neither with regard to my talent nor the extent of my free 
time (http://jmbuser.livejournal.com/1450.html), I certainly would like to 
pitch in with the documentation project if there's a perception I might do 
more good than damage.

I certainly have gotten a lot of mileage out of the Fedora project over the 
past few years and, as a goal, would love to give a little back. Having a 
substantial degree of scientific writing experience, I might be useful 
with "volunteering to edit draft documents" or with "providing feedback on 
the draft documentation published on the Wiki and the mailing list" 
(http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/Join) if grammar/structure/clarity 
issues are significant. On the other hand, If I sound relatively useless, I 
won't be offended with a candid 'go away'.

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David Alan Thompson
-- 
Faculty in Biology

Fresno Pacific University
1717 S Chestnut Ave
Fresno CA   93702

559-453-5504
thompson fresno edu
http://biology.fresno.edu/thomp


PS Other 'introductory'-type material: I am a biologist/chemist by trade, 
although I've been playing with computers back since trying to program my own 
version of PacMan in machine language on my Commodore 64 back in junior high. 
I've enjoyed using various versions of unix and linux back since my dad 
bought me an old Sun in the 90's. These days my 'programming' efforts are 
mostly confined to cheesy perl scripts and entertaining myself with lisp.

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