I just joined the german translation team to help translating fedora into my mother tongue. I'm not full approved at all but I think It just takes some time to get so.
Well, I'm on an apprenticeship to a IT electronics technician, doing community work is one of my favorite jobs and I'm doing a lot of things there.
Worth mentioning skills and interests are these:
* quite good Python and C# (Mono) knowledge
* A lot of community work for the german ubuntu-community
--> I'm member of the german ubuntuusers.de webteam (there I'm mostly responsible for the new portal system Inyoka)
--> I just held one presentation on the latest german ubuntu conference
But ... enough with my ubuntu work, I wanna help my favorite linux distribution and as such, here I am :-)
Me and the Fedora Project
Fedora was the first distribution that showed my how cool Linux is (this was around the year 2005) and after some experiments with a lot of other distris I fall back in love with Fedora (as of Fedora 7). I just installed Fedora as a project at a school (about 30 clients) and I'm doing some some marketing work in my private environment.
[shoxi cgquaak translations]$ gpg --fingerprint C06BCF6C
pub 1024D/C06BCF6C 2008-01-12
Key fingerprint = 714B 8C41 618A 79CD 8020 AB3A C710 0D1C C06B CF6C
uid Christopher Grebs <cg webshox org>
uid [jpeg image of size 4081]
uid [jpeg image of size 2392]
sub 2048g/3F57E472 2008-01-12
If there are further questions, just ask :-)