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Re: Self-Introduction: Eric Christensen

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Thanks for the message.   I am already a Fedora Ambassador and work with
the Free Media team so I'm in most of the systems already (thank
goodness).  I found and read the documentation on starting new pages and
such and I have one page in the Drafts folder awaiting someone else to
take a look at it.

Glad to help out where I can, just point me.


Karsten Wade wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-01-03 at 17:01 -0500, Eric Christensen wrote: 
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>> Eric H. Christensen
>> Newport News, VA USA
>> Information Assurance Analyst
>> Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc
> Welcome Eric.
> Let us know (via this list) if you run into any issues with getting
> signed up for accounts or figuring out what to do or where to go.
> The carpenter's roof is leaking a bit, but we're working on it. :)
>> * Your goals in the Fedora Project
>>   o What do you want to write about?  Security mostly but I'll write
>> about anything because it helps me learn!
> That is very true.  You should have seen my security knowledge when I
> started tracking SELinux development as a tech writer. :)
> If you are interested, I think our in-progress Fedora Administration
> Guide (AG) could use a fresh look at these two areas:
> * Big view -- make sure that overall the document is consistent and
> promotes good security practices that use Fedora-packaged solutions.
> * Focused view -- what is missing?  Can we merge the SELinux content
> into the AG?  What about all those blog posts from Dan Walsh?  What
> other security content can we cover?
> For example, we might want to link out to some nice explanations of e.g.
> buffer overflows, such as the Uli Drepper video series:
> http://developer.redhatmagazine.com/2007/10/26/uli-drepper-paying-attention-to-the-basics/
> cheers - Karsten
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