Saint lucia, Castries. Just Left School. Golfinst Inc. To become one of the developers of the OS. The improvements on fedora and learing codes.
I would like to see fedora as the #1 OS in the world. I would like to learn 6-9 coding languages to help fedora out more.
Done allot on marketing for 2 companies.
Marketing Scn productions and Golfinst Inc. Music studio and Website Development
I would say i am 7/10 in marketing cause i never did international companies only local.
I am a computer geek, I know alot about systems etc.
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"Reading through Fedora 11's feature list, the geek in you may get giddy
seeing the use of ext4 as the default file system. Not me. I don't care
about the underpinnings of the operating system. I just want it to work.
This is, in fact, Fedora 11's biggest selling point: it just works. And
fast, too: from powering on to logging in takes 20 seconds or less. Beat
"Linux just gets sexier and sexier, and Fedora 11 is released. Fedora
... does act as the underpinnings of Intel's Moblin, and the Sugar OS,
and doesn't shy away from the future. Fedora 11 makes the bleeding edge
ext4 filesystem the default for installs, which speeds performance and
improves data integrity"
"The new release has incremental improvements to lots of features, much
as prior Linuxes have had, and the fact that there are no
earth-shattering feature changes is really a testament to the fact that
the Linux kernel and its related systems software and application stack"
Release Day meeting happening today at out usual time.
I would really like to just get a brief overview of what I've been doing
and others today to help spread the news and try and put that into a
plan for the future.
Plus, there's beer!
See you in #fedora-meeting in a few hours!
Happy Release Day everybody!
Thanks to the whole team for all the great work everyone has contributed
over the last few months. I am proud to be part of the team.
For anyone involved in release day activities, we will be online in
#fedora-mktg on irc all day long. Please try and monitor sites in your
native language(s) and try to dispell as much FUD as possible in a
professional manner. I'm currently involved in this myself.
We will be having a meeting today as well details on that in the next email!
Read the complete interview here:
Let's face it--We're addicted! To files that is. More importantly, we
are addicted to the massively large and ever increasing storage devices
upon which we store those files. Make no mistake though, like any
addiction, storing content comes at a cost and usually those costs are
paid at the filesystem level. We all want more space and we all want
better performance when it comes to disk I/O and a junkie's wishlist
Fedora 11, when released tomorrow, will be the first distribution to
boast the inclusion of ext4, the latest incarnation in the extended file
system family, as default. Ext4 brings with it support for larger
filesystems, larger single file size and many improvements in almost
every imaginable facet. Join me for an interview with Eric Sandeen,
renown file system hacker, Red Hat Engineer and Fedora Contributor as he
takes on a little trip down Filesystem Alley and explains what
filesystems are, where did they come from, why should we care and why
they along with Fedora 11 are prepping to take over the WOOOOORLD!
On Fri, Jun 05, 2009 at 06:52:26AM -0700, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Is Fedora Community considered an F11 feature?
> If so, I have bling you could link to: a two-part podcast  & a
> screenshot tour of Fedora Community .
I added the podcasts to the page -- as for the screenshot tour, I'm
worried about smashing the server on which J5 and Luke are currently
working, so I didn't link that. We can add it once the app is
deployed where the load is handled better, though.
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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