Self Introduction : Dan O'Brien

Dan O'Brien dan at
Fri Nov 23 23:06:26 UTC 2007

Marc Wiriadisastra wrote:
> 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 :)
> Cheers,
> Marc
Sounds good to me. Where can I start? More to the point, where can I
checkout the latest version of the DUG?

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