cbcrenshaw at cbcrenshaw at
Wed Jun 3 18:53:00 UTC 2020

Yousuf and Stephen,
Thank you both for the welcome and the information! I'll take a look at everything you shared and see where I can dive in. 

Stephen, the MSI has replaced the old "Library Science" degree. I am trained as an academic librarian but tended to focus on the more technical aspects of librarianship in my studies--metadata, indexing and cataloging, database design, and so on. 

Thank you again. I am looking forward to contributing to the team(s) here.

Chris C.

-----Original Message-----
From: xubuntu-devel <xubuntu-devel-bounces at> On Behalf Of Stephen Kellat
Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 2020 12:15 AM
To: Xubuntu Development Discussion <xubuntu-devel at>
Subject: Re: Introduction

On Mon, Jun 01, 2020 at 02:05:33PM -0400, cbcrenshaw at wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been lurking on the list for a little while and finally decided 
> this afternoon to send a quick note of introduction. My name is Chris 
> Crenshaw. I am a PhD candidate in history at Florida State University 
> in the US, but I also have an MS in Information Science. I've been 
> using Ubuntu/Xubuntu/other distros since 2007. I contributed in a very 
> minor way back then and look forward to giving it another shot now. I 
> have experience writing, editing, and publishing, so I would be glad 
> to contribute to documentation; and I can also do some graphic design 
> and basic coding. I'm looking forward to contributing!
> Where should I start? Where do you need the most help? 
> Thanks,
> Chris Crenshaw

The tracker has a list of Xubuntu-specific bugs that need wrangling at the moment:

Sean Davis can point to the Xubuntu-specific programs in the packageset that may need coding attention.  I'm looking for the list and cannot find it off-hand at this hour.

You have an MS in Information Science?  What was the specific major?  I'm curious on that front.

Stephen Michael Kellat

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