Anyone have a good place for a trial-by-fire volunteer looking to learn
what Fedora and Linux are all about?
If so, please contact Steven directly.
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Subject: Fedora Project volunteering
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 10:06:48 -0700 (PDT)
From: Steven Meralevitz <meralevitz(a)yahoo.com>
I'm new to Fedora and figure that the best way to learn Fedora Linux
is to dive in and ask how I could contribute.
Reporting from Chicago, I'm an English major-turned-computer geek.
By day I write DHTML-based software documentation for an online
brokerage firm and also run their help desk. By night, I contribute
, a food-and-cooking website. Here's a piece I
wrote on my favorite divey fried chicken joint; it's called
Finally, I'm fluent in Spanish so I could help with international
marketing of Fedora.
I'm happy to write documentation and translate from GeekSpeak to
everyday English, but I'd especially like to learn the
nuts-and-bolts of Linux, so I'll contribute in whatever way you
think would help.
I look forward to joining the Fedora community and buying my very
own Penguinista sweatshirt.