beckydefoe at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 21:50:28 UTC 2012
Thank you for the warm welcome! I am still reading through all of what
Jasna sent but I am taking steps to get more involved!
Thanks for all your help so far!
Sent from my BlackBerry® PlayBook™
*From:* "Emma Marshall" <emmamarshall54 at gmail.com>
*To:* "Ubuntu-Women" <ubuntu-women at lists.ubuntu.com>
*Sent:* 12 October 2012 18:13
*Subject:* Re: [UbuntuWomen] Introduction.
Welcome to the group! It's nice to meet you! It looks like Jasna provided
an excellent overview with advice on how to get involved. I'm adding you to
my Google+ and will share an Ubuntu circle with you to get you connected
socially :) It's great to have you!
Social Media Specialist
On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 3:30 AM, Rebecca Defoe <beckydefoe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello to everyone on the Ubuntu women mailing list, my name is Rebecca, I
> live in the UK and am very nearly finished with a MSci degree in Computing
> and management.
> I first found out about Ubuntu from a friend who tried to fix my home
> computer only to find that the setup would not allow me to upgrade from
> Windows 2000 to Windows XP seamlessly. He suggested Ubuntu as an
> alternative. I struggled with it to begin with as the command line was
> When I started university one of my awesome big sisters bought me a second
> hand iBook to take to university. I fell out of using Ubuntu for a while
> during this period but that computer broke within a year.
> In 2008 I bought one of the first netbook computers the Acer Aspire One
> which had Linpus Lite on it but I installed Ubuntu over it. I used that
> until it too broke (I am bad at picking hardware at this point). My
> lecturers encouraged me to buy an iMac and so I did, however it was a
> bugger to get to/from university on the train. These days dual boot os x
> (needed for work) and Ubuntu on a MacBook Pro.
> I love Ubuntu and would love to get more involved but I don't know where
> to begin! My ubuntu goals are to learn to program for the desktop (I know
> only web design) and to learn how to use vi! I would also love to work for
> Canonical one day.
> That was a not so short introduction to me and I look forward to
> conversing with you all soon!
> Sent from my BlackBerry® PlayBook™
> Ubuntu-Women mailing list
> Ubuntu-Women at lists.ubuntu.com
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