Re: AYT? Support network, anyone up to?
Jim Pick <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I've actually got a number of people calling me for support - more
> than I can handle, actually. And I haven't tried to do any publicity
> at all (other than an outdated blurb on my website).
> I'm still interested. It would be nice to be able to do a little bit
> of work for a support network for a few hours per day for a few extra
> bucks. And if I could do it on a flexible schedule, that would be
> nice, since I could bend it around the time I spend building .deb's
> and such.
I'd definitely be interested, but as I haven't really done much formal
consulting, I feel that though I probably have the requisite
knowledge, I'm not too well versed in all the implementation details.
I'm pretty knowledgable about a bunch of admin stuff, and IMO, I'm a
good Scheme/Lisp/C/C++/perl/bash programmer. I could certainly use
the added income, and I love doing the work.
Ideally, I'd rather start off working with/for someone else who has
more work than they can handle and is already set up to deal with the
financial billing, etc, but I realize that may not be feasible.
Rob Browning <email@example.com>
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