[UbuntuWomen] Profiles

bapoumba bapoumba at gmail.com
Sun Jul 2 17:21:57 UTC 2006

Hi Elizabeth,

I am not familiar with editing wiki...
I introduced myself some time ago :

I am a french biologist in Academia (Université de Caen, France), I have 3
young boys and I am moderator on ubuntu-fr forum. I am in the french
translating team on rosetta, even if I had not much time recently to
I am with Ubuntu since Warty and do almost all of my teaching presentations
with OOo (on dapper now).
I have been giving around install cds to my students.

I registered on the wiki (bapoumba) and you can use this nick.

Thank you for your time,
Isabelle (bapoumba)

2006/7/2, Elizabeth Krumbach <lyz at princessleia.com>:
> I'm putting together a Profiles page on the wiki:
> http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Profiles
> There are many women on this list who make significant contributions to
> Ubuntu
> by doing things like community outreach, translating, programming,
> documentation and more. We'd like to have a centralized place to keep
> profiles
> of those of you making these contributions as an encouragement to other
> women
> looking to get involved.
> In a profile we're pretty much just looking for what many of your wrote in
> your
> Introduction emails to the list. Things like:
> - How you are involved with Ubuntu (user, community outreach/advocacy,
> techincal writing, programming, translations, bug squashing, etc)
> - Whatever personal information you are comfortable with sharing about
> your
>   experience (I went to college for degree in engineering, I work for
> company
> that is working with Ubuntu, I have been doing translations for FOSS for
> years,
> etc)
> If you would like your profile on the page you can:
> Sign up at the wiki, create and account, edit the page with your name on
> it (ie
> wiki.ubuntu-women.org/FirstnameLastname) and add a link to it on the
> Profiles
> page.
> OR
> Email me your profile.
> OR
> Email me to say "I posted an introduction on this list a while back, you
> can
> just use that"
> --
> Elizabeth A. Krumbach // Lyz at PrincessLeia.com
> http://www.princessleia.com
> --
> ubuntu-women mailing list
> ubuntu-women at lists.ubuntu.com
> https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-women
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