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Greetings to everyone!
My name's Danny and I wanted to introduce myself and offer my help
with the Fedora Infrastructure group. I just finished a grad-level
course last semester on Linux administration (CentOS 6) and will be
studying soon for RHCSA. I've been casually learning Linux for a few
years now. My experience is limited to simple shell scripts and basic
administration tasks but I'm a fast learner and really excited about
helping out and expanding my skill-set.
I finally took the plunge and switched my laptop over to Fedora
16, which I use for all of my daily computing needs. To me it's much
more than just a hobby because I have strong convictions about the open
source software movement and I see the importance that the internet
plays vis a vis social media and political awakenings just this last
year. That's not to mention I have so many long-standing interests that
intersect here (writing, web design & digital art, security,
programming, music production, increasing the utilization of computers
for treatment of PTSD and other forms of mental illness.) I'm also a
therapist, by the way.
I'm very much interested in:
--learning Perl, Python or any other languages that could be put to use;
What I've learned so far:
I may not remember every bit of it but last semester I covered a wide
range of essential system administration tasks such as service
management, securing systems, setting up web, ftp, ntp, nfs and other
servers, mySQL, basic Bash and Perl scripting, basic Java, C
programming, backups, troubleshooting and many other things.
Thanks and I very much look forward to developing a working relationship
with all of you and the many things I will undoubtedly learn from doing
so. Please let me know where I can begin in becoming a productive
member of the team.
Danny Ashcom (irc: dashcom)
I am very interested in getting involved with Fedora in the
Infrastructure team. I have used Fedora since high school, back when it
originally was introduced. I continued to use it as my primary OS in
school getting a CS degree at Colorado State University. In 2007 I got
an internship at HP in their Open Source Lab and started to use RHEL. My
focus there were mostly sysadmin tasks with some scripting and QA
testing. The past of couple years I continued to work as a
sysadmin/build engineer, and have started to go back to coding (Ruby at
the moment, but am very interested in Python) since that is what I
enjoyed the most and my degree focused on. I popped in to the IRC
channel to say hello (IRC Handle: icole), and nirik was very nice to
help me out and mentioned Toshio might be able to help me get started
with coding tasks. I really look forward to finally getting involved
more in the Open Source community and specifically Fedora!