User:Marwalk

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Hi, this is Mark.  I'm glad you stopped by.  I've built web pages from scratch before, but am just now learning about editing wiki pages.  Eventually this page should be more informative and useful.  I'm usually at the weekly Wednesday IRC meetings in #fedora-meeting.  I also frequent #fedora-docs and #fredlug on irc.freenode.net. My IRC nick is "marwalk" and feel free to give me a shout if you see me online.
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Hi, this is Mark.  I'm glad you stopped by.  I'm sometimes in #fedora-docs and #fredlug on irc.freenode.net. My IRC nick is "marwalk" and feel free to give me a shout if you see me online. My main email address is marwalk@marwalk.com, and alternatively marwalk@gmail.com.  My GnuPG public key is available from pgp.mit.edu and the other key servers.  Further contact info and background are at marwalk.tel.
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Any spare time I have for Linux is joyful time, and I relish it. I'm active in FredLUG in Fredericksburg, VA.  I also publish episodes of the FredPod podcast as often as I can; it always includes the latest samplings from yum info recent results, as well what I hope is an interesting feature item.
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Fedora is my distro of choice, and I use it at home for just about everything that doesn't absolutely require Windows, OS X, or some other proprietary platform.
  
 
--[[User:Marwalk|Mark C. Walker]] 03:24, 16 January 2010 (UTC)
 
--[[User:Marwalk|Mark C. Walker]] 03:24, 16 January 2010 (UTC)

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Hi, this is Mark. I'm glad you stopped by. I'm sometimes in #fedora-docs and #fredlug on irc.freenode.net. My IRC nick is "marwalk" and feel free to give me a shout if you see me online. My main email address is marwalk@marwalk.com, and alternatively marwalk@gmail.com. My GnuPG public key is available from pgp.mit.edu and the other key servers. Further contact info and background are at marwalk.tel.

Any spare time I have for Linux is joyful time, and I relish it. I'm active in FredLUG in Fredericksburg, VA. I also publish episodes of the FredPod podcast as often as I can; it always includes the latest samplings from yum info recent results, as well what I hope is an interesting feature item.

Fedora is my distro of choice, and I use it at home for just about everything that doesn't absolutely require Windows, OS X, or some other proprietary platform.

--Mark C. Walker 03:24, 16 January 2010 (UTC)