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{*} '''Scrib''': scrib is a small, modular bot written in Python. At its core, it provides info/chat bot functionality for IRC. Code is released under AGPL and available on [[http://github.com/thescoundrels/scrib|github]].
{*} '''Hopewell-Loudon Virtualization Project''': I am mentoring students in the building of a cloud computing system where staff and employees can access their documents from any computer with a web operating system.
{*} '''Scrib''': scrib is a small, modular bot written in Python. At its core, it provides info/chat bot functionality for IRC. Code is released under AGPL and available on [[http://github.com/thescoundrels/scrib|github]].<<BR>>
{*} '''Hopewell-Loudon Virtualization Project''': I am mentoring students in the building of a cloud computing system where staff and students can access their documents from any computer with a web operating system.
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Hello, my name is Thomas Martin and I am an information architect in the Pacific Northwest, residing in the state of Washington. You will find me online, more often than not, under the name tenach.

Linux was introduced to me long before I really knew what it meant, though I started using it myself in 2003. At that time I was running Red Hat on an old Pentium 233MHz tower as a server for a game. The first distribution I used for desktop purposes was Fedora, dual booting with Windows XP. I became a distro hopper and tried out Debian, Arch Linux, FreeBSD, Slackware, and Ubuntu, ultimately sticking with Ubuntu 7.04, but still dual booting. Since then, I've stuck with Ubuntu and as of mid-2009, stopped using non-free operating systems.

Linux and Ubuntu in particular have ignited my interest in Free and Open Source Software as well as giving a home to my passion for helping others with their problems, technology-related and otherwise.

Quick Facts

Ubuntu Ubuntu Forum Profile
Ubuntu Launchpad Profile
Ubuntu I am on irc.freenode.net with the nick of tenach
Ubuntu I am #17241 according to Ubuntu Counter.

Current Projects

Ubuntu Whube Project: I am a core developer for the Whube Project, and am currently active with building the Whube Web Framework, Whubebugs, and syn (a package manager).
Ubuntu Scrib: scrib is a small, modular bot written in Python. At its core, it provides info/chat bot functionality for IRC. Code is released under AGPL and available on github.
Ubuntu Hopewell-Loudon Virtualization Project: I am mentoring students in the building of a cloud computing system where staff and students can access their documents from any computer with a web operating system.

Goals

Ubuntu Create Free and Open software that benefits the Linux community
Ubuntu To increase the Linux footprint locally and abroad.
Ubuntu Continue to help and support new users.
Ubuntu To become part of the MOTU and/or become an Ubuntu Member

Ubuntu Involvement

The areas that I am most involved with are listed below. If ever you have a question, feel free to ask!

Ubuntu Forum

While I don't have a very high post count, I do try to help people there when I have something relevant to say, that hasn't already been said in any given thread.

Ubuntu Beginners Team

Ubuntu I help out where I can within the Ubuntu Forum and IRC channels (Ubuntu and Beginners Team)
Ubuntu part of the Beginners Team Development Focus Group
Ubuntu Provide web help, technical writing, and debugging for individuals and projects that are in need
Ubuntu Taken on as Apprentice by Bodsda in 2009
Ubuntu Became a Beginners Team Member in 2010.
Ubuntu Took on saji89 as Apprentice in 2010.
Ubuntu Instructor for PHP in the BT Academy

IRC

You can always find me in #ubuntu-beginners, #ubuntu-beginners-team, and #ubuntu-beginners-dev. As I am a core developer Whube, A BT Developers project, I also live in #whube.

Local

Ubuntu Advocate the use of Free and Open Source Software where possible
Ubuntu Help friends and family become acquainted with Ubuntu and encourage their exploration of Open Source software.
Ubuntu Maintain several Ubuntu machines including laptops, desktops and a server.
Ubuntu Local tech support for Open source operating systems.

Testimonials

If you wish to describe my contributions to the Ubuntu Community please do so below. Thank You.

Tenach is a very committed hard working individual. He is always willing to spend his time to help others. I strongly support his application for Beginners Team membership. Bodsda

Sheesh. The mark of a good writer is "Look, I'm sorry this is 20 pages, I only had a day", not "Look, I'm so happy it's 20 pages". In the case of Tenach, I don't think we can hit that 20 page deadline. Wherever you are in the community, chances are Tenach is willing to get involved. A truly self-motivated and driven individual, and decidedly donkey-like in his unrepentant devotion to a project. I know that Tenach is one of the first people I go to when starting on a new venture, and he is a truly invaluable asset to the Beginners Team. I support his application without reserve, hesitation or condition. -- paultag 2010-06-03 19:48:00

Tenach Tenach Tenach...what can I say that will do him justice? He's awesome, self-motivated, driven, and just plain cool! His work with the BeginnersTeam has been awesome to say the least and his assistance with the BT Wiki FG has been invaluable. He is always willing to help those whom he can, and he's willing to learn from others and share what he knows as well. He's got my support without hesitation, without reserve, and without question. Please look upon his application favorably. -- zkriesse 2010-07-05 19:27:00

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