[Ambassadors] Greetings and Introduction

mak mahayalamkhan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 27 20:23:28 UTC 2008

2008/6/27 John McLean <jesusfreak91 at gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> My name is John McLean, and this summer I'm interning at Red Hat as a
> fedora intern.  This introduction is about two weeks late, because I've been
> moving and only in the past few days have had ready access to a computer.
> At any rate, I'm a rising senior in high school at the NC School of Science
> and Math in Durham, North Carolina, USA.  I've been using linux for the past
> 7 or so months, after a friend introduced me to it in the form of ubuntu.  I
> used ubuntu for a while, and recently switched over to fedora, which is a
> great system.  Over the summer I hope to join/create a linux user group in
> my community to help promote open source.  Once school lets back in, I'll
> create a linux user group at my school for people to get together to talk
> and learn about linux/fedora and open source.  Hopefully, I'll be hosting a
> fedora 10 install party as well, though most people at my school who use
> linux are ubuntu fanatics, so hosting a fedora 10 install party may be more
> of a challenge.  Anyway, thats what I'm hoping to start with in terms of
> being a fedora ambassador to my community!
> want to know anything else, just ask.  my irc nick is mcleanj, and I'm on
> irc most of the day.

Hi John,
welcome dear.

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