Self Introduction : Dan O'Brien

Marc Wiriadisastra marc at
Wed Nov 21 22:42:44 UTC 2007

On Wed, 2007-11-21 at 13:34 -0500, Dan O'Brien wrote:
> Full Name: Dan O'Brien
> Location: New York, USA
> Profession: Systems Administrator
> Company: Xanboo, Inc. 
>     * Your goals in the Fedora Project
>           o What do you want to write about? I'd like to help out
>             wherever I can.
>           o What other documentation do you want to see published? I'd
>             like to see some documents geared towards people just
>             getting started in Linux, or for people trying to make the
>             switch from Windows to Linux.
>     * Historical qualifications
>           o What other projects or writing have you worked on in the
>             past?  I started a website ( dedicated to
>             helping people get started in Linux (albeit, i've spent more
>             time getting the web application working than getting
>             articles posted on it).
>           o What level and type of computer skills do you have?
>             Intermediate / Moderate. I've been running Linux since
>             RedHat 7, dedicated Linux user for 2 1/2 - 3 years now.
>           o What makes you an excellent match for the project? I have a
>             general desire to help people get started in Linux and help
>             them in any way possible.
> $ gpg --fingerprint A75979DB
> pub   1024D/A75979DB 2007-11-19 [expires: 2008-11-18]
>       Key fingerprint = D77E 7910 9AFE 9480 7BB8  EFF0 DFA6 0496 A759 79DB
> uid                  Dan OBrien (other) <dan at>
> sub   1024g/DC1E64F0 2007-11-19 [expires: 2008-11-18]

I would just like to say a huge Welcome!!!! as was mentioned you can
help with the DUG (Desktop User Guide) I think the admin guide is just
about done?  If you need any help in a week or so give me a yell or if
you catch me tonight after my last exam.

Everyone is pretty helpful in getting you started if you read over the
last month you'll read lots of spam from me with newbie questions.  They
might help you then again they might not :)



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