Hi, My name is Tim Galyean.
I currently work for Time Warner's Engineering Operations Center. I
assist in monitoring our plant as well as network, and capacity based
provisioning system. I have been using Linux/Unix for about 4 years now.
I have various levels of experience with the Linux OS, ranging from Thin
Clients to Servers and desktop's. I am looking forward to expanding my
skillset in all aspects of the linux environment more specificly the
The reason I applied for the Infrastructure team is because this is the
area of IT I enjoy most. If accepted I would like to join the
sysadmin-tools and sysadmin-noc FIG's. I feel these groups would be a
great match for my current skillset as well as helping learn more about
the various aspects of the network.
Additionally I have pretty extensive experience with VoIP protocols,
more specificly SIP and MGCP, on an enterprise scale, however I feel
that there is allways more to learn about these types of systems, and
feel that I may be able to assist with these as well.
Thank you for reading my introduction, if you have any questions please
feel free to contact me. Thanks again.
PAC Admin/MKC Testing team
Engineering Operations Center
Time Warner Cable - Kansas City
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My names Harrison Conlin and I currently live in Sydney, Australia (UTC+10).
For the past month or so I have just been subscribed to the mailing
list and watching the IRC channel seeing how things work in the
infrastructure world, although I decided that it was time I said Hi.
I've been using Linux for around 2 years (Ubuntu for 1.5 years and
Fedora the rest of the time) and have had some experience in setting
up a few general Debian and a home Fedora server.
Learning Python is currently on my list of things to do and although
my current sysadmin skills are lacking I would really like to improve
The things that interest me (and that i would like to work on in
Fedora infrastructure) are currently are Xen (although I've never used
it, it sounds very cool), the sysadmin-test FIG (always fun playing
with and testing new things) and sysadmin-noc FIG (monitoring is
something that is really cool as well and nobody likes to see downtime
I'm usually on irc with the nick harrisony and check my emails pretty often.
Thanks for your time in reading this
P.S - Please excuse any bad spelling, grammar or any errors in this
email as its almost 2am and I'm getting quite tired :)
I've completed the first round of documentation for two major aspects of
python-fedora-0.3. The Fedora Services Documentation (announced
earlier)and the BaseClient Documentation. Please have a glance at them
as there are several backwards incompatible changes here. I'd like to
make all backwards incompatible changes in one go so if you have any
other changes you want to include, don't hesitate to speak up.
The documents are checked into the bzr repo:
sudo yum -y install bzr bzrtools
And also on the wiki:
I'm looking into how difficult it will be to add two more features
before calling this done:
1) Accessing the data via attribute lookup as well as dictionary
lookup. So these would be equivalent:
2) Introspection architecture for the server
I also have a request for enabling batch requests (similar to xmlrpc's
multicall) but I have a feeling this will take too long to create it for
0.3. If someone else wants to take a look at how we could implement
this by FUDCon I'd be fine with adding it, though.
Hey guys, so the last little bits are in good shape for the OpenID
provider we're attempting to be. Don't go announcing this to others yet.
Lets test it out, if it breaks something let us know. We'll be announcing
it officially soon. You can, for example, log in to livejournal.com with:
as your openID provider.
For example, my openID url is mmcgrath.id.fedoraproject.org