On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 1:24 PM, Jayson Rowe <email@example.com> wrote:
> Good Afternoon,
> A while back I expressed interest in helping w/ the Fedora
> Infrastructure team, but several factors caused me not to get very
> deeply involved.
> I got interested in learning development, and projects with my work
> got in the way, and I wound up not even sticking with Fedora for long
> back then.
> Well, I'm back w/ Fedora (for good!), and my job has changed quite a bit.
> I've been learning Python for a while, and although I have been a
> Linux user since around 2001, at work, we have been transitioning from
> a primarily Windows shop to having more and more servers running Linux
> (specifically, CentOS mainly). I have quickly learned that my desktop
> Linux skills do not necessarily transfer over, and I'm hungry to learn
> from some "real" Linux admins. I'm interested in learning any and all
> areas of Systems Administration as well as any way I can apply Python
> to SysAdmin tasks. I've been admining Windows servers for about 7
> years now, but Linux admins over about the past year or so.
> Now, for the intro part,
> My name is Jayson Rowe, I live in Darlington, SC and I work for a
> software company (www.acstechnologies.com) that creates software for
> Churches and Schools.
> My IRC handle is jayson_r and here is my Wiki page on the Fedora
> Project Wiki: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Jaysonr
> I look forward to working with you all, and I'm eager to learn anything I can.
I added jaysonr to my IRC nicks since I applied for a cloak, and
apparently they can't have underscores.
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