robinmenneer at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 09:55:20 GMT 2007
On 3/18/07, TheVeech <theveech at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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!
> Hi Chris.
> > 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
> them up.
> 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
> installation name?
> = Hints and Tips =
> Any interesting and helpful tips for using or configuring the program?
The main point is whether I have to use the command line (gives me the
horrors), or setting up is no more than a coiuple of clicks away, the
latter I can usually cope with. The difference is extra programming
which one hopes the package author will tolerate for the sake of us
thickies. Am I crying for the moon ?
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!
> > Chris
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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