Volunteer Raising Ugly Head... ;-)
As a Debian user for over a year and a software developer for longer than I
care to admit (on last count 23 years, 24 environments), I believe that
Debian presents the greatest chance of becoming *the* Linux reference.
I have lurked on the debian-sparc list for a while as a result of wanting
to run a sparc-elc that was doing nothing, and having decided that all my
machines should run debian (who's making it *work* on a PB1400 :-), I have
spent countless hours playing with i386 and it would be accurate to say
that this is where the large part of my Debian experience lies.
In my day-job I run my own (one person) company, which provides
Apache/MySQL/PHP solutions for small and medium companies.
The time has come for me to return the support that the Debian community
has bestowed upon me, both directly and in-directly.
I toyed with the idea of offering my development skills, but at this stage
don't feel confident enough to take on that responsibility, I'll work up to
that - once a programmer, always a programmer ;-)
Instead I am offering my skills as a volunteer to the DDP.
I suspect that many of you will say - great, dig-in and off you go.
I'd like to think that just scratching an itch - some document that needs
work - will make that document better, but I feel that there are probably
documents that need work more urgently.
I am prepared to offer one hour a day of my time to DDP and would like to
know what needs doing.
I suspect that there will be many things I know nothing or little of, so be
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