Hi Luya, thanks for the welcome! :) 

I'm learning about spins/live-cds now and I plan to learn about packaging afterwards.  Maybe I can be of some help with that future design suite.

On 8/18/2019 1:54 AM, Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
On 2019-08-06 8:16 a.m., D L wrote:

Hi all!  My name is Danny Lee and I’m a new volunteer, whose also new to Fedora’s Silverblue.  In fact, that’s how I came around to reading up on the awesome work you guys do and also, the awesome amount of work to be done, so I thought I’d come and lend a hand. 


My background is varied and I have an visual arts degree, but I’m actually more of a technical/handy person.  I have some experience doing real estate marketing flyers and the like.  I also did some printing for events so I have experience (good and bad) with setting up files for printing (color matching, resolution, edge bleed requirements) and let me tell you, some of them did NOT come out good (cmyk vs rgb – it’s part of the learning curve) 

Otherwise, I’m always ready to lend a hand and brainstorm with people, patient with criticism and open-minded to suggestions.   


I’m interested in helping out with whatever I can.   I’m looking forward to being part of the team.


I actually came by here after Benson Muite suggested from the marketing list.  Thanks Benson!


Thanks for reading!



Welcome Danny to the Design Team!

Speaking about Silverblue, as a maintainer of Design Suite Labs, I am exploring the use of Silverblue as foundation for the future Design Suite.


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