Re: Project leaders - qualifications
On Thu, Dec 10, 1998 at 11:54:22AM -0800, David Welton wrote:
> Competence with the English language (more languages are better - it
> seems as if there are a lot of German speakers on the list:-). I
> don't think anyone so far has any problems with this.
Being a native US resident I hope that it qualifies me for english
language comptenece :)
> Speaking experience. Ability to get up in front of an audience and
> give an interesting talk. Both Bruce and Ian had/have experience with
I have taught several classes ranging from simple programming introduction
level classes (java, perl, html, i know html is not programming...). I
have also done many lectures for local computer user groups, mostly having
to do with Internet technology. This involved laying out the
lecture/class, organizing content, research, and preparing any
audio/visual that would be needed. This was from the ground up, so I have
no problem talking to large groups nor coming up with material for topics.
> Ability to go to conferences. This includes time and financial
> ability. I guess that some conferences probably pay for some or all
> of the fees, but there are always incidentals...
Fortunately my position grants me a few benifits, one of which is paid
conferences. This and the fact that if it wasn't paid for, I would foot
the bill in the interest of the Debian Project.
> Like I said, these arent't essential, but I'd be curious what the
> candidates have to say about their abilities and qualifications in
> this area.
Excellent points to make.
----- -- - -------- --------- ---- ------- ----- - - --- --------
Ben Collins <email@example.com> Debian GNU/Linux
UnixGroup Admin - Jordan Systems Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
------ -- ----- - - ------- ------- -- The Choice of the GNU Generation