khangyi at shaw.ca
Fri Aug 3 21:15:01 PDT 2007
Let me extend the greetings from the group to you, That Mitchell has allready
rolled out. And hope you will find a pleasent and fruitful atmosphere here.
On August 3, 2007 19:42, Greg R Smith wrote:
> I am a console man myself :), but E17 and Gnome are my 2nd choices, I've
> also worked quite a bit with VMWare, I used it to develop the clustering
> system that I was working on, I still do use it for that because I do
> not have sufficient load to need more than 2 boxes.
> I will probably be fairly active in any sort of tech support thread, I
> used to idle in #linuxhelp on occasion and just help people out to
> sharpen my skills. I have given many one on one lessons to people who
> have asked me, so I am no stranger to helping out here and there.
> If anyone wants to take a look at what my actual skill set it, feel free
> to check out my resume: http://media.soshal.com/hosting/GSResume.doc
> On Fri, 2007-08-03 at 19:30 -0600, Mitchell Brown wrote:
> > To continue the AA metaphor:
> > "Hello Greg..."
> > There are many people on this list that are incredibly experienced,
> > and have more brains then most people I know put together. There are
> > also some noobies. A very well-rounded bunch. Fact is: if by chance
> > you don't know the answer to something, there's almost always someone
> > around here that does.
> > The flavor of distro choice around here varies - but for the most
> > part, KDE is the WM of choice, and Kubuntu seems fairly popular among
> > the masses. Debian and Gentoo are all well respected as well. A large
> > portion of the group uses VMWare, and lately there's been a lot of
> > talk about CMS, and FLOSS financial management (Gnucash anyone?).
> > Anyways, welcome to the group Greg :)
> > Hope to see you at the next meeting!
> > mb
> > Secretary
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