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Re: Self-Introduction: Chris Curran

On Fri, 2007-11-23 at 09:27 +1000, Christopher Curran wrote:
>     *    Christopher Curran
>     *  Brisbane, Australia (+10)
>     *  Technical Writer
>     *  Red Hat
>     * Your goals in the Fedora Project
>           o To write about favourite subjects really, things I find
>             interesting and have a strong enthusiasm for (storage mainly
>             but I am known to dabble in many fields)
>           o  I wouldn't mind doing a bit of editing now and then.


Welcome.  Feel free to look around
(http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Drafts/ and /cvs/docs) to see what
exists and what is being worked on.  You might consider diving in to
work on expanding/updating storage for the Administration Guide
(http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Drafts/AdministrationGuide at the
moment, but we are doing an XML conversion as a beta/interim release.)

Another place always need writers throughout the release cycle is for
the release notes, which are doing in the wiki at
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Beats/.  You can focus on just areas
that interest you, signing up at
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/ReleaseNotes/Beats.  If you
don't see a category for what you want to write about, you can suggest
adding it.

cheers - Karsten

>     * Historical qualifications
>           o I've written some of the pages on Gentoo's wiki. Short
>             stories, poetry  and presently almost finished a novel.
>             Answering forum questions.
>           o Computer skills: Intermediate in most areas, very strong in
>             some.  
>           o I'm not a bad code monkey.
>           o I've managed a software development project.
>           o Some  electrical and hard hack skills, using Linux (or no
>             OS) of course :P.
>           o What makes you an excellent match for the project? In a
>             short amount of time I can product awesome work. Improving
>             Fedora and the Linux experience is a very good thing.
Karsten Wade, Developer Community Mgr.
Dev Fu : http://developer.redhatmagazine.com
Fedora : http://quaid.fedorapeople.org
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