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Re: Introduction - Jeremy Fluhmann



On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 8:50 AM, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath redhat com> wrote:
On Sun, 16 Mar 2008, Jeremy Fluhmann wrote:

>
> My background is mainly in developing web-based management tools.  I'm a
> Perl guy, so all of my stuff thus far has been Perl (along with the usual
> XHTML, CSS, and _javascript_).  I've picked up a few Python books and have
> been wanting to take on a project to help make me learn Python.  I've been
> running Ubuntu on my $work desktop and laptop for a little over a year and
> have previously worked with Fedora and Redhat systems at a previous job
> (developing web applications).  I run a personal server at home and will
> likely be switching it over to Fedora.
>

Welcom Jeremy, thanks for the introduction.  We've had a lot of
introductions over the last week (such a good thing!)  Unfortunately I've
been at pycon and am in training this week so I haven't been able to give
much attention to anyone yet.  So for those of you that haven't really
heard from me feel free to stop by #fedora-admin and bug someone in there
for stuff to do.  https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ is also
a good place to start.

Jeremy, how is your web design abilities?  Do you have any work available
we can look at?

I'm not too creative when it comes to the "look" of the layout, but I can make it do what I need, usually.  Most of what I've worked on is internal (how convenient, right?).  If you have an OpenID, you can try my OpenID testing - http://www.fluhmann.org/openid_test.cgi.  If you have something you'd like me to try and then show you, I could do that.

You can take a look at the Open Source Symposium site (http://www.texasoss.org/), but it uses a CSS template from Andreas Viklund.  I took the template and created the rest of my site utilizing Template Toolkit with Perl.  I 'do' have a page that's not linked anywhere on the site that I made to keep up with a few e-mail contacts.  Feel free to add yours ;-) - http://www.texasoss.org/contacts.cgi.  It uses XMLHttpRequest, JSON, and some DOM manipulation.

Thanks,
Jeremy

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