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|== Testimonials ==
'''What do you think about me?'''
Me in Brief
I'm a web designer, graphic designer and eMarketing professional in Greenville, South Carolina and/or Boston, Massachusetts. I've been using *nix for about eight or nine years now. I started off Slackware after being compelled by friends on DarkFire IRC. This lasted quite a while until I switched to Debian and FreeBSD. I still have ongoing, loving relationship with Debian and FreeBSD. I have a few dedicated servers running CentOS 5.0. I guess I'm just a flexible guy.
I found Ubuntu about 2 years ago and also have a loving relationship with Ubuntu Linux. I use both Debian and Ubuntu for personal use (for different things, mainly Debian on my production server machine(s) at home). In the past year or so, I've been using Ubuntu mostly all of the time on my workstations (laptops and P.C.) in stable current release and development branch release full-time.
I began my activity with the Ubuntu Community in early 2007. I officially started the South Carolina US Team after much thought and talk with Eric Lank (etank, FreeNode IRC) and believe I am assisting it grow and hope to eventually get it approved into an official LoCo in May, 2008. Go Team South Carolina!
Contributions to the Ubuntu Community
Ubuntu Team South Carolina (United States) Team Leader
Member of Ubuntu Marketing Team
Member of Ubuntu Team South Carolina
Launchpad Bug Contributions
My bug contributions...to present.
Other Wiki Contributions
South Carolina Team Items
Run most of the weekly IRC meetings and post summaries and logs.
Moderator for the South Carolina Team Sub-Forum.
Plan and coordinate efforts related to South Carolina LoCo Team efforts.
Some of my other South Carolina Randomness
Content contribution and editor for South Carolina team web site.
Goals For The South Carolina LoCo Team in 2008
Help the team grow in active membership and size.
Help the team coordinate efforts, coordinate abilities, and achieve active members.
Plan and document team happenings and upcoming events.
Form official South Carolina LoCo Team Charter.
Become an Approved LoCo team.
Get to a point as a team where we will be able to mentor other LoCo teams.
What do you think about me?