I have been using Fedora for a while now and wanted to give back in some way. I was
thinking Fedora Docs could be the project for me (I got the idea after listening to an
episode of the complier podcast).
I have excellent computing skills, and can fix most problems I encounter, after some
googling of course. Fedora Docs has been useful in this respect. I use Fedora for most
regular computing tasks, but I also game using 'Bottles' and edit using Davinci
Resolve. I'm not a coder and don't have a computer science background, although I
can create simple shell scripts. I just love technology and computing, and I love to
My skills are mostly in writing, although I mostly write fiction in the form of stage
plays, screen plays and short stories. I am also a Technical Instructor in Film and
Digital Media, and have experience with troubleshooting NLEs and creating workflow
documents for them. You can see my portfolio here: jamiesergeant.com
I'm not sure what subjects I want to tackle yet, so I'm looking for guidance.
I am based in the UK.
[jamie@fedora ~]$ gpg2 --fingerprint jamie.sergeant(a)hotmail.com
pub 3072R/84A77298 2022-11-26 Jamie Sergeant (Fedora Docs)
key fingerprint = FCFC 0DC4 6560 A4D3 A6F5 8B94 404B 3411 84A7 7298
sub rsa3072 2022-11-26 [E] [expires: 2023-11-26]
I look forward to contributing to this project. And hearing about what I have to do next
to join this community.
All the best,