Consideramos que el éxito se obtiene en comunidad, cuya fuerza son las
personas trabajando codo a codo en todo el planeta. Siempre hay un
lugar en Fedora para quien cree en nuestros valores y tenga ganas de
dar una mano. Podemos lograr muchísimo colaborando de una forma
abierta, transparente, y fomentando una asociación fructífera con
It's hard to be free... but I love to struggle. Love isn't asked for;
it's just given. Respect isn't asked for; it's earned!
Renich Bon Ciric
Sorry for asking for help!
I signed up for a Fedora account a few minutes ago, but
I entered a bogus email address so I will never receive my password via
I used username: mpsmith
and email mp_smith.usa(a)gmail.com
MY CORRECT EMAIL ADDRESS IS mpsmith.usa(a)gmail.com
(no '_' char)
Since I'd like to keep/use the mpsmith username, could you please correct
my email address
and send me a password?
I need to send the attached key to this address.
I've also asked Jesse Keating and Dennis Gilmore to add the key to the
fedora-release git repository, that still needs to be done.
(Btw, the URL above still points to a CVS repository, that should be
changed to the git repo)
If there are any questions you can find me as either karsten_ or Kick_
in #fedora-devel on freenode IRC
Karsten Hopp (s390x secondary arch maintainer)
Respected sir ,
I ,Mr.Mohak am currently an sophomore ,doing my bachelor of technology
programme offered by department of computer engineering of National
institute of technology Karnataka , Surathkal . I am extremely
enthusiastic and interested to do internship under your guidance from
may to july 2011.
It would be elating if you could assist me internship or project .I
have even attached my resume for your reference.Anticipating positive
response at your earliest and thanking you for your gracious time.
Broken link in Line 3126
Fabian A. Scherschel, a university student from Bonn, Germany, is
well-known in the Linux community in his role running the Li href=\"%s
\">nux Outlaws podcast</a> with Dan Lynch. Fab reveals in this interview
that he uses Fedora and the audio tools available in it for the
podcast's recording and post-production.