welcome to fedoraproject bro ;-)
On 30/06/2009, Pascal Calarco <pcalarco(a)nd.edu> wrote:
> Braden, welcome to the Fedora Project! It was great to see that you're
> also from Kitchener, where I am from too! I've lived in the US for
> about 15 years now, but get back there a couple times a year.
> You might also be interested in joining the Fedora Ambassadors team
). Its good to see more
> folks from Canada joining. We're trying to grow the presence in Canada,
> so there is lots of opportunity if you want to get more involved.
> Best regards,
> - pascal
> Pascal Calarco
> Fedora Ambassador, Indiana, USA
> On 29/06/09 11:52 AM, Braden Faulkner wrote:
>> Hello there,
>> My name is Braden Faulkner.
>> I live in Kitchener, Canada.
>> I am a Student at Huron Heights.
>> My goals in the Fedora Project are to join the marketing team, help
>> spread the word and promote fedora and advertise so, the general public
>> can become aware of the Fedora Project. Overall, my goal is to increase
>> the number of people using fedora from day to day.
>> I like to talk about Linux, Open Source, Android, Fedora and generally
>> anything that has to do with Electronics and Computers, especially
>> In Fedora I would like to see a Customized Gnome look that would make it
>> a little more modern, similar to what the OpenSolaris project has done.
>> Something else I'd like to do is design large billboard ads or bus/bench
>> ads that would be eye catching and creative. Launching an
>> ad campaign would be something broader I may also want to do with these
>> I have some marketing qualification. I have taking both a
>> computer business course an a mainstream business course. I have also
>> been to many camps that focus on promotion and creativity, also making
>> commercials. I also, have participated in many (video) commercial making
>> In the past I have worked on (video) commercial projects, creating
>> posters and pressentations (Keynotes, PowerPoints, OO.org
>> I have slightly more than basic knowledge or marketing but not quite
>> advanced knowledge. However, I have a enormous interest in marketing and
>> would like to learn more and grow my knowledge, although I am actively
>> working to do so, by taking some more advanced courses.
>> Other skills that might be applicable are my sense of humor (Could make
>> for some creative and entertaining ads) and my creative way of thinking.
>> Thank you for taking the time to read this and I wish you and the Fedora
>> Community the best.
>> Thanks again,
>> Braden Faulkner
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