My name is Ross Wardrup, and I'm from Denton, Texas, USA. I'm a student at the University of Norht Texas and I'm going to school for computer science. I'm also a produce stocker at Wal-Mart at the moment, which I'm hoping to change soon. I hope to promote Fedora at my university and city and also to help my marketing and people skills, and to help my future career. I'd like to talk about installing Fedora on Apple Macbooks, because that is what I use. I'd like to see greater compatablity with Apple products in Fedora, but with Rawhide, that really doesn't seem to be a problem. I'd also like to try to get into coding once I gain more skill, since that's what I'm being educated for. I have no official qualifications in marketing or promoting, but I have been promoting Linux in general for several years and have gotten at least 10 people to switch over. I think I've got some good ideas on how to promote Fedora at UNT, including getting a booth set up with laptops and letting people "click around" Fedora.