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My name is '''Aaron Faanes'''. I am a [[Fedora 13]] user, [[Special:Contributions/Dafrito|Wiki contributor]], and [http://github.com/dafrito frequent hacker]. See [http://www.dafrito.com my homepage].
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My name is '''Aaron Faanes'''. I am a [[Fedora 13]] user, [[Special:Contributions/Dafrito|Wiki contributor]], and [http://github.com/dafrito frequent hacker].
  
 
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* [[Proven tester]] was my first contributed article. Many, many thanks to [[User:Adamwill]] for his draft, feedback, and support!
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* [[Proven tester]] was my first significant contribution. Many, many thanks to [[User:Adamwill]] for his draft, feedback, and support!
 
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Revision as of 23:00, 28 June 2010

My name is Aaron Faanes. I am a Fedora 13 user, Wiki contributor, and frequent hacker.

Contents

Contacts

Email: dafrito@gmail.com

You can also find me on IRC with the nickname "dafrito" on the following channels:

Notable pages

Ambiguous names

These will make it into the style guide once I talk to -docs.

  • open source, open-source
  • FOSS, FLOSS
  • Fedora project vs. Fedora Project vs. Fedora
  • Fedora Community vs. Fedora community vs. Fedora
  • project vs. group vs. program vs. sub-project

Thoughts

  • Shouldn't Fedora link to an article on Fedora, rather than infrastructure?
  • It'd also be cool to have pages for all versions of Fedora, with a template used to describe each.
  • "updates-testing" and "Test Updates" are used interchangeably, which I don't believe should be the case. "Test Updates" is a natural name which succinctly describes its purpose. "updates-testing" is the technical name that is used by machines. This dual-naming scheme is familiar to the common and scientific names given to animals, like Canis lupus referring to a wolf, and I think the expectations for when to use animal names should apply here.