New to Edubuntu - how can I help?
jelkner at divmod.com
jelkner at divmod.com
Tue Feb 28 20:20:40 UTC 2006
Welcome to the Edubuntu community, Neil!
Since you mentioned an interest in documentation, I wanted to let you know about the Edubuntu Cookbook at:
Feel free to add a "recipe" on whatever you find useful and feel you could explain to others (using the gimp, perhaps?) about Edubuntu.
The Cookbook will only be successful if community members such as yourself contribute to it.
On Tue, 28 Feb 2006 13:43:28 -0500, Neil Blythin <neil.blythin at gmail.com> wrote:
>Dear Edubuntu community,
>I only recently learned about Edubuntu, and joined this list to not only
>keep up with what's happening in its development - but also to see where
>I might be able to help out. I would classify my knowledge and skills
>with Linux in general (and Ubuntu in particular) as "intermediate" -
>meaning I'm a reletively competent user and can help others with only
>basic problems. I only recently migrated to Ubuntu from Xandros (which
>is Debian based + KDE).
>My background is in military logistics and commercial aviation. I have
>extensive experience in project management / coordination, logistics,
>process development, and technical writing. I currently have my own
>business that produces technical publications, policy and procedure
>manuals, and training programs.
>If there is a need for it - I could see myself being helpful on the
>documentation side of things. Also, while I am by no means a "graphic
>artist", I do know my way around graphcs programs such as the GIMP,
>Inkscape, Photoshop CS, as well as CAD programs.
>Please let me know how these skills might be used in helping to forward
>the project... Also, please keep in mind that this will be my first time
>participating in this type of a collaborative environment, so a little
>bit of guidance on how this all works might be helpful! I have included
>my email address if anyone needs to contact me directly.
>neil.blythin at gmail.com
>Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
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