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I've been working on getting the Docs from MediaWiki to RST(ReStructuredText) and putting it on github (https://github.com/ahoneybun/kubuntu-manual). I'm also trying to get the other Docs Teams to work towards a common format for the Docs that is easy to use and encourage new contributors. Working with Travis CI to get auto builds of the Kubuntu Manual and get the PDF and ePubs out to users.

https://travis-ci.org/ahoneybun/kubuntu-manual
https://github.com/ahoneybun/kubuntu-manual/
http://docs.kubuntu.org/1604/
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= Trips = == Testimonials ==
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== Akademy == Aaron's enthusiasm is contagious, he was instrumental in resuscitating our {*} [[https://www.meetup.com/ubuntufl/ | Florida LoCo Team]] when there was a lull in activities. He has leveraged the Meetup Group to do Ubuntu Hours and other events which directly impacted the membership growth there (252 Members as of this Testimony). He has traveled around representing Ubuntu and KDE and has taken on learning about ways to improve documentation best practices for Kubuntu and other projects. He doesn't shy away from challenges and he sees things through to completion. I really feel that he would make a great addition to the Ubuntu Community Council.
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The Ubuntu Community has enabled me to travel to Akademy this year so I can get training with packaging, and some coding. I also look forward to meet some of the people I've been working with over IRC for the past year or so. -- [[LaunchpadHome:itnet7]] <<DateTime(2017-09-18T23:16:50-0400)>>
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== SELF == I've been working with Aaron for a few years now in Kubuntu and KDE. He's been a faithful, calm presence, always coming up with new ways to improve the projects. In spite of technical and personal setbacks, he doesn't give up, and keeps improving the products over time. He's been willing to travel outside of his comfort zone, and help out -- even all the way across the country! and across the ocean! while making events more fun.
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Thanks to a fellow Ubuntu user near me I will be going to SELF (http://www.southeastlinuxfest.org/) this year as well. I will be doing a talk about my Current Work. I'll also be at the Ubuntu booth with Michael Hall representing the Ubuntu community with a few awesome stickers thanks to Valorie and Jussi! -- [[LaunchpadHome:valorie-zimmerman]] <<DateTime(2017-09-19T13:24:30-0700)>>

Contact

https://launchpad.net/@@/person Name:

Aaron Honeycutt

https://launchpadlibrarian.net/16121192/gem-sm.png Location

Hollywood, Florida USA

https://launchpad.net/@@/mail Email:

aaronhoneycutt[@]kubuntu[DOT]org

https://launchpad.net/favicon.ico Launchpad Profile:

Aaron Honeycutt

https://launchpad.net/@@/language IRC:

ahoneybun on irc.freenode.net

https://launchpadlibrarian.net/44285406/kubuntu-circle-small.png Current Kubuntu Version:

Kubuntu 17.10

About

Hello, I am Aaron Honeycutt. I'm currently attending Broward College for my Associate in Science Degree in Computer Information Technology.

Kubuntu Documentation

Past

I have worked with David Wonderly, and Valorie Zimmerman to reformat and reinvent the docs that we have now. Currently Valorie and I are rewriting the original xml text to a Wiki and a few others are editing, proofreading, and brainstorming. We currently have about 5 people working on them.

I have been working on getting the Docs up to par for the new Plasma 5 coming in the 15.04 release.

Current

Working with Travis CI to get auto builds of the Kubuntu Manual and get the PDF and ePubs out to users.

https://travis-ci.org/ahoneybun/kubuntu-manual https://github.com/ahoneybun/kubuntu-manual/ http://docs.kubuntu.org/1604/ http://docs.kubuntu.org/1704/

New Kubuntu website

I worked a bit with Ovidiu-Florin and others to design the site with WordPress.

Kubuntu.org Banner

Designed the banners for:

  • 13.04
  • 13.10
  • 14.04
  • 15.04

Testimonials

Aaron's enthusiasm is contagious, he was instrumental in resuscitating our Ubuntu Florida LoCo Team when there was a lull in activities. He has leveraged the Meetup Group to do Ubuntu Hours and other events which directly impacted the membership growth there (252 Members as of this Testimony). He has traveled around representing Ubuntu and KDE and has taken on learning about ways to improve documentation best practices for Kubuntu and other projects. He doesn't shy away from challenges and he sees things through to completion. I really feel that he would make a great addition to the Ubuntu Community Council.

-- itnet7 2017-09-19 03:16:50

I've been working with Aaron for a few years now in Kubuntu and KDE. He's been a faithful, calm presence, always coming up with new ways to improve the projects. In spite of technical and personal setbacks, he doesn't give up, and keeps improving the products over time. He's been willing to travel outside of his comfort zone, and help out -- even all the way across the country! and across the ocean! while making events more fun.

-- valorie-zimmerman 2017-09-19 20:24:30


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