Christian Del Pino delpic at
Mon Aug 31 12:37:03 UTC 2009

Thank you for the responses.

I'll definitely take a look at the projects mentioned.

I am on #fedora-admin as cdelpino.

Thanks again!


On 08/27/2009 03:12 PM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> On 08/26/2009 09:35 AM, Christian Del Pino wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> My name is Chris. I am looking to contribute my skills and time to the
>> Fedora Infrastructure group.
>> I started using Linux back in 1996 while in college. In 2005, I became a
>> system administrator at a small company helping them build, deploy, and
>> support Linux based laptops for use in capturing clinical data. Other
>> tasks included projects to help the company scale our operations.
>> I have a Bachelor's in Computer Science, and I am currently pursuing a
>> Master's in Information Systems, with a couple of semesters to go. I
>> also became a Red Hat Certified Technician back in 2004.
>> My skills include:
>> Bash scripting
>> MySQL
>> C++
>> CSS
>> Some Python
>> Some PostgreSQL
>> Started learning some Django.
>> I want to be involved in the Fedora community by helping out where I
>> can, and also learn some more new skills along the way.
> If you're interested in Django, one project that started off purely in
> Fedora but has become more of its own upstream is transifex
> (,  #transifex on  diegobz,
> glezos, and ivazquez are all Fedora community members as well as
> transifex hackers.  Our particular transifex instance is at:
> Most of the rest of our web apps are written for the TurboGears 1
> framework.  We're going to port them to TG2 at some point in the
> indefinite future (probably when someone volunteers to make it their pet
> project :-).
> If there's one particular web application that you're interested in, I
> can help get you started.  If you just want someone to suggest
> something, I can have you look through the tickets for the packagedb and
> we can find something for you to work on :-)
> best way to reach me is abadger1999 on -- #fedora-admin
> but email to this list also works.
> -Toshio
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