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Re: Introduction



On Mon, 2008-01-14 at 18:47 -0700, Clint Savage wrote:
> As is customary, I'm introducing myself to the fedora documentation project.
> 
> I've been a member of the Fedora Project for about 6-8 months IIRC and
> have been participating mostly in an Ambassadors role.  However, as I
> get a little more involved, I'd like to participate in further
> projects and the docs is one where I feel I could help immensely.
> This weekend, I attended my first FUDCon and met several people, of
> which a few (Paul Frields, Jared Smith) are on the docs project as
> well.

And me too! :)

> I find that I could probably help here as I'm regularly asked to
> document things for my work regarding Fedora specific features and
> thus could help the Fedora project to improve its documentation as
> well in these areas (and others as I can).  I am a linux instructor
> (Guru is the title we get when we're hired) at a small company in Utah
> called Guru Labs.  We provide training for Red Hat and other companies
> throughout the world.  Its quite a fun job, and I get to see much of
> the country (and sometimes world).

Have you thought about using Fedora documentation as a basis for
anything Guru Labs does?  We're a pretty good upstream for content, and
we (try!) to make it easy to re-brand a book.

This combination of custom spins with re-brandable distro and
documentation is pretty cool; I don't think any distro has yet made it
quite this easy for anyone to make their "own" distro spin.

BTW, howdy to Christer!  Let him know when he is ready to take his
superior community marketing skills to a new distro, we've always got
room for him and his enthusiasm in the Fedora Project. :)

- Karsten
-- 
Karsten Wade, Developer Community Mgr.
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