Kia ora koutou!
This is the 3rd intro that I'm writing, so there is a little copy pasta here...
I'm nedia, I live in NZ & I've been knocking about the matrix/irc for a few
days now. I'll be 28 on the 30th, I've been using Fedora for about a year, Linux
for about 3-4 all up, & have been doing software dev for about 5-6 years.
vanilla JS really, just the front end frameworks), but only a little bit of Python,
although my short time w/ Django was pretty good. I am keen on giving Go some love, and
have dabbled in some Rust too.
I'm a tinkerer and often find myself trying to automate workflows. Most recently
I've been building Todoist into the terminal so I'm greeted with my latest todo
items when I open my terminal up. I wrote a CLI that interfaced w/ AWS to spawn EC2
instances at a previous job.
I went to the devel team firstly since it made the most sense, but infrastructure might be
a better fit, I'm not sure, so I'm saying hello anyway. :) I've penciled
myself in to updating `pop-shell` for F35, and afterwards I might look to get involved in
something more in the infrastructure space.
I'm managing IT for a not for profit in the far north of New Zealand, it's
voluntary, but some of it is on contract to pay the bills. I also teach general computing
once a week to some older folk. Nothing hardcore. I have done IT & network support for
some local schools too.
Unfortunately I don't have much hardware on hand for testing, but that could change in
the future as I could have access to some old hardware if the company I work with get some
It'll be hard for me to make the weekly meetings since they're on at 3-4am my
time, but I'll have a go. I might be able to comfortably settle into a semi-night owl
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