I'm Aaron Gibbs.
I have 20+ years as an IT Director in the automotive industry. I've been working with Linux for 2 years and distro-hopped enough to find that Fedora was the right OS for me. I have college experience programming in the various .NET languages and HTML but mostly what my job has kept me doing is software-integration, or another way to put it, getting it all to work together. I've been interested in bringing Fedora into my work environment for the security, ease of use, and a general dislike of the direction Microsoft is taking Windows (Hello Explorer Ads!). With much of my industry leaning away from proprietary software and more toward web-browser-based format it's getting easier to pull away from the MS ecosystem.
I feel that I could best contribute in software testing but am willing to throw my hat in the ring wherever I can be helpful.
Thank you for your consideration.
My name is Peter, I met with Justin during the oscafest event in Lagos
about joining fedora and making contributions.
Am a python developer with experience in DevOps and little of cyber
security, am very much interested in the technical sides of development and
ready to push fedora to a a high level.
How can I go about this? Please
Dear Fedora Community,
I'm Thomas Limmesand], an IT professional with over 10 years of experience.
The Fedora Project has piqued my interest, and I'd love to contribute my
skills to this exciting open-source initiative.
With a background in IT and expertise in Technical documentation, I'm eager
to be part of a community that values innovation and collaboration. I can
dedicate what's left of my time to this interesting project.
I'm impressed by the Fedora Project's commitment to excellence, and I
believe my skills align well with your goals. I'm ready to contribute to
discussions, testing, documentation, or any other area where my expertise
can be useful.
Looking forward to the opportunity to contribute and learn from the Fedora
community. Please let me know how I can get started.