My name is Matthew Daniels, and I'm actually persuing a B.S. in Physics at
Clemson University, in my Junior year. I joined this list a while ago and
your email was the first activity I've seen. Not sure if it'd died off or
just dormant for some reason I'm unaware of; either way, I wouldn't mind
working on something either.
If you have any specific ideas on things you'd like to work on around the
community, let me know and maybe I can help you get in touch with the right
people. You're welcome to email me directly or find me (danielsmw) on
Freenode. I usually hang out in #fedora-docs, around other places.
As a random suggestion, I know that there is an effort going on to package
) for Fedora. Maybe that's something you'd be interested
in helping with?
PS: If there really is someone listening on this list, please speak up. I'd
love to hear from you. :-)
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On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 5:44 PM, Daryl Metzler <ncsupheo(a)gmail.com> wrote:
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.
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