[lug] Are their projects needing volunteers?

carter.johnson at juno.com carter.johnson at juno.com
Wed Jun 28 13:42:18 MDT 2000


If you're interested in working with non-profits (usually vigin territory
when it comes to linux/computing/etc) and therefore pretty much open to
whatever solutions you're interested in applying...you should get in
contact with TeamTECH Denver at Mile High United Way 303.561.2325, or log
onto http://www.4lol.org -- For Labors of Love on the 4work website.

Carter S. Johnson
Circuit Rider
Colorado Environmental Coalition

On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 12:42:52 -0600 Brian Jarrett <BrianJ at StorageSoft.com>
> Hello all!
> I've been wanting to get more involved in Linux for some time now.  
> I have
> recently been doing some server setups at work, but we're still 
> using mostly
> NT here.  I try to spend time with my linux system at home tinkering 
> with
> different things, but I've found that the best way I learn is by 
> having to
> figure out how to accomplish a task.  I'm wanting to get more into 
> Linux
> Systems Administration and more programming and thought that I'd ask 
> if
> there are any projects (open source?) out there that I could help 
> with.  I
> would say that I'm still a novice when it comes to Linux, but I 
> learn
> quickly.  Just to let you know what I have been exposed to, here are 
> some
> basics about me:
> I have an extensive background in electronics from the Air Force and 
> have
> been in computers since then.  I've done some minor work with C/C++ 
> and
> Delphi and have done more MS Access programming than anything, but 
> would
> still consider myself a novice.  I understand a lot about routing 
> and TCP/IP
> networking from my current job and have set up all of my companies 
> NT
> servers, Web, FTP, DNS, etc...  I love to learn new things and have
> excellent analytical skills honed over 10 years of troubleshooting.  
> I've
> spent several years as a software tester and know how to break 
> things. *
> grin*  All of the programming I've done has been self-taught from 
> reading
> the manuals and a few books on programming.
> If you have something, or would like to know more about me, let me 
> know.  I
> don't have a lot of extra time to spare, but I figure I could use 
> some
> motivation to be learning these things.
> Brian Jarrett
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