Leaving aside the question of using a real name...
It is much easier to take people seriously if they have a more sensible,
even if boring, name. The names you suggested might be fine in your
existing situation, but imply (probably incorrectly) a lack of maturity,
and some people would also find them offensive (though I'm sure that is
not your intention).
Sorry for those that find my username offensive, and sorry that the names are a bit immature; no one pointed it out to me me before so I didn't notice, so I appreciate the feedback. May I ask which name specifically is the one that would be considered as offensive?
As for my real name, I prefer not to share it online currently. I don't feel "strong" enough to do so. However, I am planning to upload my CV on my website someday, and until then, I will use my real name. I hope it's okay, but if it's required to provide the name, then I will do so.
Hi and welcome! You may also want to take a look at the Fedora Docs team,
and perhaps Fedora Magazine.
Will do. Thank you.
This is so true. I think for programmers, it isn't as much fun to
write documentation. And there are always more bugs to fix, and code to
write, than programmer hours, so it is human nature to let the
documentation slide. And, open source changes so rapidly that
documentation goes out of date quickly.
May your successes be legion. :-)
Agreed, and thank you.