Self Introduction: Luke Slater
ascenseur at fedoraproject.org
Fri May 14 19:14:56 UTC 2010
Welcome! Although I can't approve your application, it's great to see you here.
I'm sure you know who I am, (a big hint, my IRC nick is ascenseur).
Be seeing you around!
GreenerClassrooms Project Co-Ordinator
Fedora Ambassador & Contributor (FreeMedia)
DFEY Member (SouthEast)
On 14 May 2010, at 20:12, Luke Slater wrote:
> Hi, my name is Luke Slater and I live in Cambridge, England. My FAS
> username is Reality and my IRC nick is NourishedCloud.
> I learned about the Fedora Marketing team through conversations on
> #fedora-admins on how I could help get involved with the Fedora
> project and it was suggested that my writing could come in useful to
> the project!
> I'm relatively new to getting directly involved with FOSS projects but
> I am a volunteer webmaster for the FSF and I am working on some
> smaller projects by myself or with another person such as Tunnel
> (which aims to provide Steam-like functionality to FOSS gaming).
> However, this is the first Marketing project I have worked on. I am
> able to write both technically and not (I study English Language at
> college) for a number of different purposes.
> When I'm not working on Fedora, I am studying at college and will be
> attending university starting this September. I also have a part-time
> job administering CentOS servers.
> I would like Fedora to be widely recognised as the amazing project
> that it is and the chance to bring more people to Fedora as well as
> Linux and FOSS is an opportunity that I can't pass up.
> I've read the material on the Fedora wiki about the marketing project
> and while I am wondering how exactly to get started, I imagine that I
> will get more information when joining the Marketing group properly
> (which I will do after sending this email) and through the meetings
> held on IRC.
> I wasn't really sure how rigid this email structure was supposed to be
> but I've tried to keep to it vaguely...
> Thanks a lot for your time and I look forward to working with you,
> Luke Slater
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