[UbuntuWomen] Intro

Trainer Imen lifemakerca at yahoo.ca
Sun Aug 12 06:13:34 UTC 2012

Welcome Jess,

I really appreciate your mail. May be because many like you have not yet made the first step. All my hope of success to you in developping. You can join many teams depending of what you prefer.

I'm rather a network enginner, and may be soon a deveopper because I hope I could contribute more and more in Open source projects.

I have been personnally following this list since more than a year. May be I have been so far trying to contribute and I've not yet found my task.
I'm active in translation, and sometimes marketing, organizing events and spreading Ubuntu in my Ubuntu-TN community. But, I am not satisfied and I wish I can also develop. May God give me time to get more involved as many. :))

Good Luck Jess


Ingénieur Informatique et Trainer Accréditée en développement de personnalité

 From: Jess <i.heart.knitting at gmail.com>
To: ubuntu-women at lists.ubuntu.com 
Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2012 2:12:01 AM
Subject: [UbuntuWomen] Intro

Hello the list,

I noticed that the welcome message for this list asks for an introduction, so here goes.  I've worked as a software developer at a variety of places coding mainly in C++ with a little Perl thrown in.  I've been using Ubuntu since grad school in the mid-2000's, but still dual boot with Windows...  

Anyway, I'm currently staying at home with my almost one year old, and while I love taking care of the kiddo, the gentle art of domesticity, etc., I must sadly report that I feel the technical part of my brain slowly turning to mush.  I've never been "involved" in the open source community beyond using some of the software that it produces, but I might like to change that, so that's why I signed up to this list! :)  I'd love to hear what other SAHM's are doing to stay sharp while not working, too.

Jess W

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