Thanks for the bug report against the project's Doc Guide. That doc
definitely needs a wee bit of overhaul.
For bonus points, if you want to submit a patch, I'm more likely to get
the fix in sooner. :)
On Mon, 2005-04-11 at 16:40 +1000, Michael Kearey wrote:
Full legal name: Michael Thomas Kearey
City, Country: Brisbane Australia
Profession or Student status: Employed by Red Hat Global Support
Company or School: Red Hat
Your goals in the Fedora Project
* What do you want to write about?: I want to write about anything and
everything involved with Fedora Core.
* What other documentation do you want to see published?: Details of
how HAL works, improved and definitive initscripts/fedora scripts
* Do you want to edit for grammar/writing and/or technical accuracy?: I
do want to edit for grammar/writing and technical accuracy.
* Anything else special?: Am greatly interested in how to make a new
user's experience less challenging through the use of good
* What other projects or writing have you worked on in the past?: Have
been writing Knowledge Base articles in my roll with Red Hat GSS, and
have written howto's and guides in my previous employment.
* What level and type of computer skills do you have?: I have
experience in the Telecommunications industry ( 14 years :0 ). Have also
completed a degree in Information Technology majoring in combined Data
Communications/Software Engineering. Have done my own project work in C,
C++, PHP, Perl, Java. Worked on iptables/firewall design, scripting,
some feeble RPM packaging, PAM custom modules, QoS configuration, and a
lot of System Administration. Am also playing with a home lighting
automation system, writing a little code to control the system from a
Linux machine but that is in early development.
* What other skills do you have that might be applicable?: I have
skills in sharing knowledge, am able to simplify and clarify complicated
technical issues. Being with Red Hat GSS I get to see first hand what
people really need to know. Out side of computing, I am currently
building a house, so have some skills in managing widely varying
Why should we trust you? <--- too blunt?:
I have do have a Red Fedora :). I am also all grown up and responsible.
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