theveech at gmail.com
Sun Mar 18 18:54:19 GMT 2007
On Sun, 2007-03-18 at 16:46 +0000, Chris Rowson wrote:
> Hi there folks,
> I've just subscribed to the list, and thought it'd be a good idea to say hello!
> My name is Chris, I hail from East Yorkshire, and I've been using
> Ubuntu for a while now. I use Ubuntu at home, on the computer of
> anyone who I can convince to switch from Windows, and on a few servers
> at work.
Similar here. I also offer free installs for anyone in my area who
wants to 'migrate'. This being time-consuming is the only problem,
because it's easy enough to do when you've done it once.
> I like to help out with support, and I'm currently learning python so
> as to help contribute along those lines too.
Excellent! I'm in the process of writing a list of software, primarily
for beginners, on the wiki.
If you like supporting, maybe you could email me details and screenshots
of some of the projects that I haven't got round to yet, and I'll put
Specifically, the pages are (currently) including the following info:
= Brief Intro =
A few sentences describing the project.
= Key Features =
What are the main aspects of it?
= Installation =
Is the program part of the default installation? If not, what's the
= Hints and Tips =
Any interesting and helpful tips for using or configuring the program?
= Other applications you may wish to look at =
Similar applications, or applications that perform complimentary tasks.
= Further Reading =
The software's website, any Ubuntu documentation about it or what it
does, along with any other documentation that's outside of the Ubuntu
At the moment it's all a bit threadbare, but I'll pad it out when time
permits. Hope you can help. If not, there's plenty of other ways to
make your contribution count, and you sound like one of those people who
wants to do this, which is always good news.
> Erm, can't think of much else to say right now, so hello!
LOL. Hello again!
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