We saw this activity earlier today and were wondering if you had
initiated or someone else. The people servers are not meant for
compilation, installation of packages or similar things.
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Date: Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 9:07 AM
Subject: *** SECURITY information for people1.fedoraproject.org ***
people1.fedoraproject.org : Jul 7 15:07:09 : mcpierce : user NOT in
sudoers ; TTY=pts/5 ; PWD=/home/fedora/mcpierce/public_html ;
USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/yum install gnome-shell
Stephen J Smoogen.
“The core skill of innovators is error recovery, not failure avoidance.”
Randy Nelson, President of Pixar University.
"We have a strategic plan. It's called doing things.""
— Herb Kelleher, founder Southwest Airlines
I'm struggling to find time for things at the moment as I am
transitioning between jobs. I am trying to wrap up lots of things for my
current employer whilst also trying to get ready for my new position.
Things should stabilise in the next two to three weeks and I will do
what I can between now and then. Hopefully once I settle in I will be
able to allocate *more* time to Fedora work.
I'm Liam Dunn, and looking to participate in an open source project that
will let me put my current knowledge into practice, and also further extend
my knowledge, particularly in the areas of system administration of Linux
systems and networking. Having done some looking around, Fedora looks like
the ideal place.
I am in Year 9 at high school (equivalent to a high school sophomore in the
US), and have been coding for 6 years in a wide variety of languages, such
such as C++, Haskell, and Io. I have been using Linux for 3 years now.
I am located in Melbourne, Australia, and spend a lot of time on IRC under
the name "baddog", particuarly Freenode, and Ninthbit, a small IRC network
which I help operate.
I would particularly like to get involved with sysadmin-devel, sysadmin-noc,
Looking forward to hearing from you guys,
Hello my name is Tajidin
I am interested to help and participate with Fedora's Infrastructure team. I
am currently employed at a firm here in Germany. So i am also working quite
a bit with Open Source. So I like to lend a hand with some sys-admin tasks
if possible. Also a user of Fedora and Archlinux i like to stay on top of
the latest technologies in the Linux ecosystem. Have a good day
I'm Matthias, 20 and a working system engineer / junior consultant.
You may have a short overview of my server-infrastructure - on which I'd
like to provide Services for the fedora server-team also :)
Actually I've updated my CV located here:
So please have a look and tell me where I could support you as well as it
could be possible ;)
I'm familiar with the most virtualization techniques and products. So
there I'd like to support :)
Please let me know if I'm allowed to apply to the sysadmin-group to get
involved of updates and mails.
greetings from London,
µatthias R. Wiora
My name is Travis Dillon and I have been using Linux for over 10 years. I
have 9 years of programming experience in several languages including C,
and maintaining servers. I program from the time I wake up until I pass out
from exhaustion. I firmly believe in the Project and want to put my passion
and experience to work. I am motivated and passionate. I love to work alone
or with others. It does not matter to me. To know that Fedora will grow and
expand with my help is just an amazing idea to me.
Travis R. Dillon