Introduction and request for sponsor
On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 20:55, Larry Brower <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> My name is Larry Brower and I would like to help out with the Fedora
> Infrastructure team. I have been using Linux since Red Hat 5.2 and have
> been working with Linux as a system administrator full time since 2004.
My apologies for taking a while to reply. While we are mostly on IRC,
I am hoping to work out ways to work on things via email. What is your
account name and I can sponsor you in sysadmin so you can look at
> I am currently employed as a level 2 system administrator for
> Hostgator.Com, a large web hosting provider so I work with most of the
> technology in use on the Fedora servers almost daily and have work with
> everyone from small sites to large payment processors and ad networks
> over the past 6 years. I currently do not spend much time on IRC but am
> always available via emailand phone and should be on IRC more often in
> the near future. *I am also a Fedora ambassador so can be found in the
> FAS already. I have no issues with asking questions for things I am
> unfamiliar with since I am fully aware that every organization does
> things differently. I am interested in helping out with the
> sysadmin-noc, sysadmin-hosted and/or sysadmin-releng FIG's but am
> willing to help where needed.
> Thanks for your time,
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