[UbuntuWomen] An Intro (you don't have to read)

Romana Branden romana at timelady.com
Mon Apr 30 21:56:18 BST 2007

On 4/30/07, Rachel Jaro <pinktada at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone..
> I just want to say hello.. I am not really fond of introducing myself but
> just a quick intro..
> I am from Philippines (and I hope I meet someone here) and my work as a web
> developer pushed me to use Linux. I first used OpenSuse but the experience
> wasn't that good so I tried Ubuntu. I had good and bad experiences using it
> but so far it's good and  I am planning to stick with it till I understand
> how to play with it.
> Well, I hope I shared a lot with you guys.. hehehe
> See you all and sorry for waisting your time :P
> Pink

Definitely no waste of time! Welcome to the list and the community,
and yes, sticking with it has rich rewards. Its a process of learning,
and to be honest, our mistakes are often our greatest teachers - so
don't be discouraged if you make them!

I have been using Linux for over 11 yrs or so now, and I *STILL* make
them:) But sorting it out does give a great sense of satisfaction -
totally unlike what I get when I fix  a friend's windows computer (and
yes, I try to persuade them to try ubuntu - noone leaves without an
Ubuntu cd to try, and yes, it's been successful - grass roots advocacy

I personally really enjoy reading all the stories of women introducing
themselves. Keep them coming, I say:)

   -o)    Romana Branden
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