Eric "Sparks" Christensen
sparks at fedoraproject.org
Mon Nov 8 14:36:37 UTC 2010
On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 17:01, Luc de Louw <luc at delouw.ch> wrote:
> Hi there...
> I'm a Linux guy since 1994. First contact was with SuSE-Linux. Since
> 2000 Linux is not only my hobby anymore, it is also my profession.
> In ~2002 I begun to translate KDE and related software to German. Later
> I unfortunately did not got the anymore to do some more translations.
> Since ~2008 I'm working mostly with RHEL, CentOS and Fedora.
> In 2010 @FUDCon2010 in Zurich I made my first personal contacts with the
> Fedora community and I recognized it is a nice community with VERY nice
> So I decided to help the Fedora Community as good as I can.
> General experiences on topic
> - Docbook SGML (I published two TLDP docs)
> - Thus some Docbook XLM knowledge
> - GNU Gettext (msg-merge and friends etc) KDE and others
> - General documentation in technical environments
> Further Fedora and RHEL related experiances:
> - RHCE
> - Directory Services and Authentication Certificate of Expertise EX423
> - Basic Knowledge about building RPMs
> - Quite good with knowledge about about Spacewalk and RHN Satellite
> * Location
> Albisrieden, Zurich, Switzerland
> * Timezone
> CET/CEST (UTC+1, UTC+2)
> * Languages
> - German (Mother tongue)
> - English (fluent)
> - French (good, not so fluent anymore)
> - Spanish (some very basics)
> I'm unsure what will be the next steps to help you, please advice...
Great to have you onboard! Having DocBook XML experience will be a
great plus as all of our formal documentation uses DocBook XML for the
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