Hello My name is Daniel,
I am currently pursuing my
B.S. in Computer engineering major minors in Math and computer sciences at
UNLV, I am on my Senior year. I am new to the Fedora community. I only know
c++, learning C, Java, and C# (useless in Fedora but useful for work). I
thought on working something related to complex numbers (I took a class over
the summer, complex analysis, and I loved it), If any of you is interested
you can contact me directly at danytoz(a)gmail.com or gomezd10(a)unlv.nevada.edu
Like everybody else in this community I am open to any ideas I can help,
again my experience is limited, but I hope I can help in any Project that
you would like me to help.
my name is Albert. I am studying Bioinformatics and Systems Biology at
University of Warsaw (Poland). I joined the SIG a while ago, but recently I've
seen some activity on the list.
I like Linux, and Fedora in particullar very much. I know Python, Bash,
C/C++, and a lot about biology (especially molecular and genetics).
I plan to package bioinformatics software that's not yet in the repos (there's
a wishlist on the wiki). However, I will be quite unproductive until October
because of the summer vacation. Until then, I won't always have access to
the internet, so please be patient if you want to contact me.
Albert "Serpens" Bogdanowicz
My name is Daryl,
I'm a senior at NCSU studying for a B.S. in Physics.
I've recently been 'turned on' to Fedora and made myself at home in this
i'm a power-user at heart and enjoying trying out new things for the sake of
the learning experience. i grew up a Windows kid, but Fedora has given me
ample opportunity to learn the *nix and open source paradigms, as well as to
get a feel for the open source community.
i like it.
i like it so much that i feel obligated to join and help out as much as i
That said, my favorite programs (sci-tech related,) are Octave, gnuplot,
Qucs, and the mother of my interests: the Root framework.
I know Bash, C, Tex, and Python pretty well, and have at least workable
knowledge of C++, Perl, Lisp, SQL, and web mark up languages.
I'd really like to help, but as of yet, i'm not quite sure how.