[Lubuntu-comms] Introduction - Edgardo Rios

brendanperrine@gmail.com walterorlin at gmail.com
Wed Mar 5 19:11:43 UTC 2014

One way to learn is if you are on a support like IRC or even just looking
at people trying to get help on mailing lists you can then read the manual
if you don't understand what they are talking about.

I wonder even if you start them using one small bit of free and open source
software that is cross platform there could be the benefit of you can
switch to something else if the next version of windows isn't good or has
massive problems which gives the company more options.

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 9:40 AM, Rafael Laguna <rafaellaguna at ubuntu.com>wrote:

> As you say, yes, we have a lot of work to do. But we're a growing
> community and people like is very useful and enriching. I'd like to welcome
> you aboard.
> ¡Bienvenido!
> --
> Rafael Laguna
> Lubuntu Artwork Team
> 2014-03-05 18:33 GMT+01:00 Edgardo Rios Alanis <edgardo.rios at gmail.com>:
> Hello Everyone, I hope you are doing well:
>> I am sending this email to you as my introduction to the team, my name is
>> Edgardo Rios, I am 37 years old and live in Mexico (Monterrey, Nuevo Leon,
>> Mexico).
>> Some years ago, back in 2001, it was the first time I tried to use a
>> Linux based distro (Red Hat Linux 7.0), since then, I have had ups and
>> downs on this path, falling at times to achieve the goal to use Linux all
>> the time. Sadly, the most significant barrier is that all the companies I
>> have had worked for, does not used Linux or Open source software. Anyway, I
>> am not going to give up.
>> Right now, I am using Lubuntu 13.10, and the user experience is just
>> great. Although I have tried other distros, I feel in home using Ubuntu
>> and/or its derivatives. Right now, I am looking forward for the Lubuntu LTS
>> version, I am sure that version will be the best for those looking for a
>> WinXP replacement.
>> Although I am a self-sufficient user (only if Google keeps helping me), I
>> would like to keep learning and supporting Ubuntu community in order to be
>> able to help more people. At first, I would like to help people and schools
>> in my community who does not have enough resources for new hardware. I am
>> sure they can take advantage of Lubuntu.
>> Talking about this team, I can see that you have a lot things to work on,
>> and of course that I would like to be part of your efforts.
>> Thanks in advance for your time!
>> Regards.
>> Edgardo
>> --
>> Edgardo Rios Alanis
>> Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
>> https://launchpad.net/~edgardo.rios
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