I have just joined the docs list to hopefully start working on some
opensource project documentation.
I have worked in IT for 19 years, 8 of those in the Australian
Military, 11 as a civilian consultant and trainer.
I have skills in Linux/Windows/Citrix and have taught courses in all
those products. I have also done consulting work on all three.
In the past I have created user documentation for consulting work I
have done, as well as creating courseware for commercial vendors.
I am wanting to make the move across to opensource and if possible be
employed in purely opensource work in the near future.
At the moment I can spare a few hours a week, and expect that to be
the case for a while.
Next semester I am starting to learn to program, in C, C++ and Java
over the next 12 months, but at the moment only have the ability to
create scripts and read very simple source code.
If anyone can suggest something that would be appropriate to get me
started doing documentation work for the Fedora Project it would be
Thanks & Cheers from Brisbane Australia,
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