My name is Jefferson Campos, but you can call me "Jeff". I am Brazilian,
from Sorocaba, São Paulo (en: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sorocaba, pt_br:
http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sorocaba or http://www.sorocaba.sp.gov.br/). I
am 25 year old. My main language is Portuguese (Brazilian Portuguese) but,
despite the simplicity, I can speak in English too.
I started with computer when I was 8 years old (3 if count my first
video-game). My first computer was a "XT" (monitor: background was black
and foreground was green!) then I owned a 386 PC and then a 486. That was a
good time! Now I own a modern computer :D
When I was 16 years old I went to "technical high school" (we call "escola
técnica" in Brazil) and started study about IT. When I was 20 I went to
college (Technologist, Computer Science). With 24 I went to college again
I worked with programming (web programming and java) and mobile phone
programming too. I worked with GNU/Linux as system administrator too. I
have more experience with Debian-like system (and Ubuntu too) but I want
learn more about the "Red Hat GNU/Linux tree". Today I work at Municipal
City Hall of Sorocaba as system analyst.
Curiosity: I have one tattoo of tux in my chest (left side)!
Google Plus profile with the picture).
Presentation using Fedora's guideline:
What other projects or writing have you worked on in the past?
> I worked before as sysadmin with GNU/Linux (mainly Debian and Ubuntu) and
Windows. I worked with Java and web programming and worked at a mobile
startup in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). I have Some free software projects:
http://code.google.com/p/awknet/ (Java library);
https://github.com/foguinhoperuca (my github profile);
http://sourceforge.net/projects/sigerar (SIGERAR - a requirement management
What level and type of computer skills do you have?
> I have a good knowledge about computers. I work professionally with IT. I
have a good knowledge about GNU/Linux too, but I worked with Debian-like
What other skills do you have that might be applicable? User interface
design, other so-called soft skills (people skills), programming, etc.
> I love free software and love solve problems. I love talk/help people and
teach too. Cooking is a great hobby too!
What makes you an excellent match for the project?
> I mentioned that I love free software? And I have a strong goal: I want
bring Linux for our Municipal City Hall administration
GPG KEYID and fingerprint
> 2048R/C16003C4 2012-04-30
> Key fingerprint = 3BD7 FB3C 36A5 D8BB C62B E3FD C263 9FC7 C160 03C4
> uid Jefferson (awknet.org) <foguinho.peruca(a)gmail.com>
> sub 2048R/02140CD7 2012-04-30
And for the last but not the least: my public profiles and links:
Google plus (main pages about me:
Linkedin account: http://br.linkedin.com/in/jeffersoncampos
google code: http://code.google.com/p/awknet/
PS: I am sorry for my bad english. You can help me improve this skill, if
I am ambassador and currently a chair in FAmSCo.
I want to learn how to make technical documents like using
My idea is that this is one os the least developed skills in Central
America countries. So I was dreaming of setup a workshop where a
Documentation guru came to Nicaragua, and we invite people from El
Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica to join us for a weekend
FAD in documentation. Learning and then documenting something that was
wanted but nobody has picked up to do it.
Probably will be to far for Panamá to travel by bus, and air fares are
expensive to bring many people.
I can offer to set up a saloon for the weekend free of charge. So we
have a working space.
There is somebody that is available to travel some time? If that so, we
can start to shaping a FAD. I can also make a budget of foreseen
expenses so we can figure out how much this will cost. Probably
something to worry when submitting the idea to FAmSCo for budget
It this too crazy?
In thew mean time I have get a O'Reilly DocBook Guide to start my
Linux User # 473217
Hey all you crazy early adopters - the FUDCon KL Docs Hacking system is live!
Check it out at http://www.fedorareloaded.com
Over the next few days I'll be making a few changes to the layout, including a landing page other than the instructions.
Please give it a go - write some content, and give me some feedback about the structure of the book.
* What other sections / chapter / content should we put in there?
* How does the current request mechanism (the "Additional Things" chapter) work?
I'd like to get people banging on it as soon as possible so that I can iron out any bugs before FUDCon starts.
Unleash the crowd!
My name is Laura Novich and I am a technical writer at Red Hat. I am interested in joining this list in order to facilitate the deployment of documentation and hopefully get feedback that I can use in the documents I write. I work with the Virtualization team for RHEL and hope that I can contribute to this group.
Thanks in advance for your help and cooperation!