htaira-fdr at pantora.net
Fri Nov 2 23:27:11 UTC 2012
I often read virtualization guide. this is good documentation.
2012/10/25 10:43 "Dayle Parker" <dayleparker at redhat.com>:
> Hello all:
> I'm new to the list and wanted to introduce myself.
> I'm Dayle Parker, a content author at Red Hat. I work in Brisbane,
> Australia with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtualization docs team, and
> I've been involved with the Fedora docs project for several months now as a
> I currently publish the Fedora Virtualization Getting Started Guide, which
> I'm hoping to have ready for translation very soon:
> Documentation/0.1/html/**Virtualization_Getting_**Started_Guide/index.html<http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora_Draft_Documentation/0.1/html/Virtualization_Getting_Started_Guide/index.html>I hope to get involved with more Fedora docs projects along the way.
> Random facts about me: In my pre-Red Hat and Fedora days, I was a
> journalist, and before that I dabbled in fashion design. I'm originally
> from Canada, and I do know a bit of French, but unfortunately not enough to
> be a very good translator. :)
> Looking forward to working with you all!
> [dayle at localhost ~]$ gpg --fingerprint
> pub 2048R/F4993692 2012-06-19 [expires: 2014-06-19]
> Key fingerprint = BA82 DE33 DFAF 47FE 1E86 085B C85B C873 F499 3692
> uid Dayle Parker <dayleparker at redhat.com>
> sub 2048R/70DE277B 2012-06-19 [expires: 2014-06-19]
> Dayle Parker
> Content Author
> Engineering Content Services
> Red Hat Asia Pacific -- Brisbane, Australia
> dayleparker at redhat.com
> irc: dayparke, dayle
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