My name is Graham Williamson and my IRC nick is willo. I'm currently
working as a cyber security consultant, in order to support my geek
addiction. Accordingly, I've got pretty broad coverage of a lot of
areas. I'd say that, I'm very strong on networking, not just on the OS,
but also on physical (and virtual) network infrastructure. I've got
significant experience on Cisco technologies (LAN through to carrier
technologies) and some experience on Avaya/Nortel equipment. For the
last 3 years, system administration has been a big part of my job
description, all of which has been on RHEL and CentOS servers. This has
covered a range of services from VoIP, billing and
infrastructure/security monitoring systems through to Satellite, IPA and
KVM/LXC/Xen virtualization platforms.
I've had a look at the various FIG's and I think I'd be a fit for either
sysadmin-build, sysadmin-hosted or sysadmin-tools. I'm open to other
suggestions, if you think I might be a good fit somewhere else or if
these teams have sufficient members, and other areas are lacking. I'm
always keen to learn new and different things. sysadmin-noc would
definitely be a possibility, except that I can't have a pager at work,
and I've got 3 kids, so I've don't have any goods left to sell (they're
all either broken, dribbled on or covered in food and buried in the
sandpit). :) I've got experience to varying degrees in the majority of
the "required skills" areas. As for outstanding issues, this one seems
right up my alley,
https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/833, also this one
(if it's still valid)
My introduction to Linux was Fedora Core 2 and I was seduced by Ubuntu
for a while, but now I'm back on Fedora and I'm very seen to contribute.
We had recently first legal issue on Copr and I had to remove one
project. And because of Christmas it took me 2 days to notice it.
Currently there are just two admins of Copr. It would be nice if there
can be more admins. Admin can then access:
And delete projects where legal flag has been raised.
If somebody from infra want to become admin, please reply to this email.
Or if you have access to Copr machine (cloud-admin should have) you can run:
first log in copr.fedoraproject.org webUI, then
./manage.py alter_user --admin your_fas_login