Ali Linx (amjjawad) amjjawad at gmail.com
Tue Sep 24 15:46:45 UTC 2013

On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 1:33 AM, Micho Zeth <wow_mop at ymail.com> wrote:

> Hi my name is Mike I'm 23years old and i live in Denmark.
> In my everyday life I spend about 7 to 10 hours on my pc.
> Studyring on adult education (distance learning over the internet)
> In my spare time I'm surfing arroung on the internet, looking for tweaks
> and mods.
> I had mac (OSX) for abour 1,5 year.
> Then Windows for about the same amount of time.
> But... They didn't (in my perspective) serve enough opportunities.
> You had what you had...
> Then I was looking arrount on the internet, tried some different Linux
> versions.
> Then I'll treid Ubuntu 13.04 and i was thinking....hey, this is actually
> pretty cool
> I used Ubuntu 13.04 for 7 days and saw some Ubuntu vs. Gnome on youtube.
> Then i saw Ubuntu Gnome "Remix"...
> And I'll downloaded
> Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) Daily Build
> For the first time i was F at C!N9 imprest.
> I't got i't all...
> Im pritty new to the "Linux World"
> I got my "setup" like this.
> Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 installed on my 32gb SSD with all my inportant data on
> it.
> Then Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 on my 750 (sata) HDD.
> I boot up in my HDD and got shortcuts to my SSD,
> so no matter how much I'll "desrtoy" i can allways boot up in my SSD.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> So consider my 750gb HDD as a "virtual drive" with
> Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) Daily Build
> Memmery: 11,7 GiB
> Processor: Intel core i7-3740QM CPU @ 2.70GHz * 8
> Graphic: GeForce GTX 680M/PCIe/SSE2
> OS type: 64-bit
> Disk: 750 G
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Only to "play" with.
> I have never ben a "tester" befor. But this Saucy Salamander is definitely
> worth it and all its support it can get.
> Once agen, Im pritty new to the "Linux World"...
> (Considder me as a Noob)
> Tell me what to do/pen point me. And I want disappoint...
> --

Hi there Mike,

Welcome to a totally different new world that once you have decided to walk
through its doors, there is no time to look back, you will always move
forward and guess what? congratulations, you have made the right choice :)

Thank you for choosing Ubuntu GNOME as your first step to contribute to the
Linux World.

>From your email, I can see a hunger to learn new things, a desire to
explore a new world, a will to help and support. Well, that is so kind and
nice of you!

Allow me to introduce myself:

And, let me tell you another secret :)
3 years ago? I was in your position. I must say, I had tough time trying to
walk into this world but despite the difficulties, I refused to give up and
walk away so I decided to go the extra miles and depend on myself and with
the great help from the community and from my friend and Sensei (Phill
Whiteside), here I am today, one of the most active contributors to Ubuntu
Communities. Are you interested? do you think you want to do the same? can
you imagine how fun that could be? do you have any idea how much you will
learn? well, congratulation again, you have already made the first step so
don't look back, walk with me/us and I/we shall show you the way until you
became on of those who contribute heavily and spread the word of Linux :)

I have created a Wiki Page called Ubuntu GNOME OneStopPage:

It has each and every link about Ubuntu GNOME.

Have a read and if you have ANY Q, please, do let me know and I'm at your

Let's have some fun :)

Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
Best Regards,
amjjawad <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad>
Areas of Involvement <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/AreasOfInvolvement>
My Projects <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/amjjawad/Projects>
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