Re: Self-Introduction: Ricardo David Carrillo Sánchez
decause at redhat.com
Thu Mar 3 00:05:56 UTC 2016
On Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at 2:09 PM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 02/14/2016 01:13 AM, Ricardo David Carrillo Sanchez wrote:
>> Hello everybody,first I apollogize for my english, and second I begin
>> with my introduction:
>> My name is Ricardo David Carrillo Sanchez, I'm from Mexico specifically
>> from Estado de Mexico, but actually i live on Ciudad de Mexico (Mexico
>> City). The username on the Fedora Account System (FAS) is dominusceo,
>> and into Freenode I usually signed on as dominusceo.
> Hello Ricardo! Welcome to the Fedora Marketing team, we're glad to have you
> with us.
>> I'm interested on Linux topics, in fact I've been involvend into linux
>> world since my college, starting with distros like Debian, passing by
>> Ubuntu, Gentoo and anothers, but today I use Fedora for full time,
>> because in the place I work I use Red Hat systems and I think Fedora is
>> very similar.As professional, I have worked with Linux for a long time
>> designing some critical and large implementations some projecs that I've
>> been involdend with include:
>> - LDAP migration.
>> - Migration of 332 distributed machines over my country centralizing all
>> network services.
>> - Administering and migrating part of the Electronic Mail System into my
>> organization, - Consolidating distributed services.
>> As Independent Linux and Security consultant I've helped a couple
>> organization's to accomplish some of the most important security
>> stantdars in addition to consolidate its infrastructure.
> Sounds like you have a lot of experience in the systems administration area
> -- there's many ways you can apply those skills and abilities back into
>> The main reason to ask a subscription to the fedora marketing list and
>> another Fedora projects is because i would like to give back a little
>> bit how much this Open Source project has given to me; in addition to i
>> want to spread Fedora use
>> as dailly work system and for personal use into my country (mainly in
>> Mexico City).
>> The skills which I hope to use in Fedora Marketing, include Blogging,
>> Graphic Design (a little bit), Web Design, Database administration and
>> Securiy administration, I have patient to develop documentation -I would
>> like to help to develop spanish documentation.
> Based on what you've said, there's a number of areas that you may be more
> interested about learning in the Fedora Project. I believe you and I spoke
> in #fedora-ambassadors and you were already in the progress of contacting a
> mentor, so I won't mention the Ambassador Program again.
> For blogging, you may be interested to check out the Fedora Magazine, our
> premier publishing platform. We write all kinds of articles on there,
> related to technical how-tos, news in the Fedora community, and more.
> For graphic design, you may be interested in checking out the Fedora Design
> team as well. You can find more information about them here!
> For your experience with systems administration, the Fedora Infrastructure
> team primarily works in this field. They help power all of the different
> systems and services for Fedora. You can find more information about them
> Finally, if you have a strong interest in helping improve Fedora's Spanish
> translations of our documentation and other content, the
> Internationalization (I18n) team might also be of interest to you.
> Hopefully you will find some of this information also helpful to finding a
> place that's most enjoyable for you to give back to Fedora.
>> Now, another skills but that I would like improve are docs writing and
>> learn how to express in public ( When I have to done).
>> Please help me get started!
> The best way to get started with Marketing will actually be this upcoming
> Wednesday. At 22:00 UTC, we are having our first Marketing IRC meeting in a
> long time. You can find the agenda for this meeting in a ticket here.
> Let us know if you have any other questions! :)
> Justin W. Flory
> jflory7 at gmail.com
Welcome to the project!
Jflory7 has done a fantastic job introducing the various places that
might be a good fit for your skillset, but if you have any questions
you can always ask them here, or in #fedora-commops on Freenode, where
folks like myself and jflory7 can usually be found.
Fedora Community Lead & Council
<decause at redhat.com>
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