we would like to have some statistics of visit of:
I assume that there is none statistics provided by Fedora itself.
Can you please modify footer of this wiki to include this Google
Thanks in advance.
Red Hat Satellite Engineering
My name is David (Dave) van Zijl. I've been using Linux on and off
over the past 12 years in both development and system administration
roles. I spent the last 3 years helping to grow and manage an
installation of 200+ RHEL servers for hosting live web content as well
as development and test tools.
My skills include Puppet, X.509 PKI and some of the usual suspects
like Apache, Memcached & MySQL. I'm moderately handy with one or two
scripting languages including Python and I've packaged a number of
rpms for in-house use. I've done a few years as a C programmer but
probably not enough to dive into the kernel or anything!
Skills I would like to improve: General Linux administration (there's
always more to learn), SE Linux, virtualisation, networking.
Like most people that I imagine introduce themselves here, I'm not
quite sure where to start. I'll hang around and see how thing work for
a while before attempting anything. Keen to start small and go from
Please feel free to contact me about anything either by email or on
The infrastructure team will be having it's weekly meeting tomorrow
2012-03-01 at 20:00 UTC in #fedora-meeting on the freenode network.
Suggested topics (suggested by whom):
* New folks introductions and Apprentice tasks.
* 2 factor auth status
* Staging re-work status
* Applications status / discussion
* Upcoming Tasks/Items
2012-03-01 - nag fi-apprentices.
2012-03-07 to 2012-03-14 - Pycon
2012-03-10 - drop inactive fi-apprentices
2012-03-20 to 2012-04-03 - F17 Beta Freeze
2012-03-27 - drop inactive maintainers from packages.
2012-04-01 - nag fi-apprentices.
2012-04-03 - F17Beta release day
* Meeting tagged tickets:
* Open Floor
Submit your agenda items, as tickets in the trac instance and send a
note replying to this thread.
More info here:
My name is Vincent Van der Kussen and I would like to join / help out the Fedora infrastructure team.
I've been using Linux for over more than 10 years and have been working as a Linux sysadmin for the last 5 years.
I believe I could improve my knowledge and skills by joining the infrastructure team and working with very skilled people solving problems and create new things.\
I'm quite skilled in Virtualization (KVM RHEVM oVirt), deployments and general Linux administration
Things I would like to improve : scripting in Ruby, SELinux and maybe a little packaging
I also have a RHCE certification.
twitter : @vincentvdk
LinkedIn : http://be.linkedin.com/in/vincentvanderkussen
irc : vincentvdk (freenode)
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